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     Critical Illness Is A Real Risk - Survival Poses A Real Financial Impact


Some 1.4 million Americans were diagnosed with cancer cases (this year). American women have a 63% chance of living at least five years after a cancer diagnosis (for men it's 66%).


Every 40 seconds someone in the US has a stroke. 600,000 people will experience their first stroke (this year). 10% of stroke victims recover almost completely; 25% recover with minor impairments; 15 percent die shortly after the stroke.


Every 34 seconds, an American will suffer a heart attack. 785,000 will have a new coronary attack (this year). Where defibrillation is provided within 5 to 7 minutes, the survival rate from sudden cardiac arrest is as high as 30 to 45%.


1.5 million Americans will declare bankruptcy this year. 60% are due to medical bills (up 50% over 6 years). 78% had health insurance but were impacted by deductibles, co-payments and uncovered expenses + living expenses.


Since the Affordable Care Act was inacted into law, health care cost of sky rocketed,     Health Insurance plans have changed with "Higher Deductibles and Co-Pays", new restrictions and limits have put in place. The bottom line the ACA / Obama Care

has transferred more of the risk onto you the consumer.


Critical Care Insurance is an affordable and effective option to mitigate your exposure in

the event you were to suffer from a critical illness. 







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