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Plan Description

 

KEY BENEFITS

  • Helps pay expenses not covered by medical insurance

  • Covers over 20 serious illnesses, plus 21 childhood illnesses (7 serious illnesses in New York)

  • Pays lump sum directly to you, not medical providers


What Is Critical Illness Insurance?

Critical Illness insurance helps cover out-of-pocket expenses associated with a serious illness. You may have medical insurance. But that doesn't mean you're covered for all of the expenses resulting from a serious illness that you probably haven't budgeted for  things like co-pays, deductibles, loss of income, child care and travel expenses. Group Critical Illness insurance helps fill the gap caused by these out-of-pocket costs, creating a financial safety net for you and your family.

How Does Critical Illness Insurance Work?

Critical Illness insurance provides an extra layer of protection that can make a big difference in your ability to pay out-of-pocket expenses associated with a serious illness. It pays a lump-sum benefit directly to you upon diagnosis of a covered illness, regardless of your treatment costs or what’s covered by your medical insurance.

BENEFIT EXAMPLES

Help Ensure Your Financial Plans Stay Healthy Even When You're Not

Critical Illness insurance is an affordable way to make up the difference between what your health insurance covers and what you'd owe out of pocket if you or a family member were diagnosed with a covered serious illness.

Back surgery

Cancer
Shayna beat cancer, but there were many costs she didn't expect. Beyond her medical plan’s coinsurance for chemotherapy treatments and copays for doctor appointments, she purchased hair prosthetics, had to pay for travel to specialists, and underwent alternative treatments that she felt helped her. What's more, her husband missed work to help care for her. Fortunately, she had Critical Illness insurance coverage, which helped provide an essential buffer for her family's finances while she was being treated.

Shayna used her insurance benefit to help pay for:

  • Medical insurance deductible
  • Out-of-pocket expenses for six months
  • Alternative treatments and diets not covered by her medical plan
  • Transportation to medical appointments and treatments
  • Lodging near treatment facility
  • Husband's lost wages

*Example is for illustrative purposes. Eligibility for benefits and amounts shown in this example may vary from any policy your employer may offer and may vary based upon your individual circumstances, policy definitions, waiting periods, exclusions and limitations.

Pregnancy

Heart Attack
Meghan's husband suffered a heart attack that not only required hospitalization, but made it impossible for him to work for months. Fortunately, Meghan signed up for Critical Illness insurance for her spouse. The benefits not only helped her pay for their medical insurance deductible, copays and other out-of-pocket expenses, but they also helped provide a much-needed buffer for their regular monthly expenses while he recovered. They even used a portion of the benefit for specialists who helped her husband improve his health and manage his stress.

Meghan used the benefit to help pay for:

  • Medical insurance deductible
  • Prescription copays and coinsurance
  • Sessions with wellness specialist
  • Lost wages

*Example is for illustrative purposes. Eligibility for benefits and amounts shown in this example may vary from any policy your employer may offer and may vary based upon your individual circumstances, policy definitions, waiting periods, exclusions and limitations.

Asthma

Congenital Illness
The birth of Mateo’s new baby took a surprising turn when he found that their baby had a developmental defect called spina bifida. While not life threatening, this condition meant his son required specialist visits, surgeries and assistive devices to promote his development. Fortunately, Mateo's Critical Illness coverage paid a benefit equal to 25 percent of the coverage amount he chose for himself. This benefit helped his family cover much of the unexpected costs of taking special care of his son.

Mateo used the benefit to help pay for:

  • Medical insurance deductible
  • Specialist copays (six visits)
  • Coinsurance for two surgeries
  • Assistive devices

*Example is for illustrative purposes. Eligibility for benefits and amounts shown in this example may vary from any policy your employer may offer and may vary based upon your individual circumstances, policy definitions, waiting periods, exclusions and limitations.

Hospital

Advanced Alzheimer's Disease
When Steven's spouse was in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, she could still function independently despite a few memory lapses. But recently, her condition has progressed to an advanced stage, and caring for her condition was becoming very expensive. There were constant copays because of ongoing doctors’ visits and medication, and expensive therapies not covered by medical insurance. Eventually, he needed to hire in-home help. Fortunately, Steven's Critical Illness benefit helped cover those expenses as their lives adjusted to meet her needs.

Steven used his benefit to help pay for:

  • Doctor visit copays
  • Prescription copays
  • Safety-related home modifications
  • In-home caregiver (20 hours per week)

*Example is for illustrative purposes. Eligibility for benefits and amounts shown in this example may vary from any policy your employer may offer and may vary based upon your individual circumstances, policy definitions, waiting periods, exclusions and limitations.

 

BENEFITS

Plan Availability All States
Enrollment Deadline 18th of month Prior to Effective date
Eligibility

Must meet the following criteria to be eligible for coverage:

1. full-time employment, working 20 or more hours per week,

2. 30 days of continuous employment with the employer,

3. actively at work on the effective date of coverage, and

4. Must be between 18 and 69 years of age (Primary and Spouse) for Guaranteed Issue. Dependent Children (unmarried) ages 0-25.

Here are some things you should consider:
Although improved medical treatment and survival rates are a good thing, that's only half the story.
Even if you have primary health insurance, there are many expenses that may not be covered.
Can I afford my deductible and coinsurance payments? Does my current insurance cover fees for specialists and experimental treatment?
Can I afford an unpaid leave of absence from work? How would I pay my mortgage, rent or car payment if I could not work for a period of time?
What's so great about Critical Illness Insurance?
Pays in addition to any other insurance you may have
 
Pays a cash lump sum upon diagnosis of a critical illness
 
Benefits can be used to pay:
Coinsurance and deductibles from other insurance plans, Necessities like mortgage, rent, car payments, Specialist fees and experimental treatment, Day-to-day living expenses like additional childcare, Special equipment OR Home modifications necessary for recovery, Treatment-related travel expenses like parking, food, gas, hotel stays and pet boardin and the list foes on.
Benefits
  • Pre-ex for the 1st 12 months

  • Reoccurrence Benefit: will pay up to 3x for categories two and three. 100% of the benefit for 1st Occurrence, if diagnosed within 18 months another 25%, later if diagnosed again within 18 months, 25%.
  • 24 Months before another category payout

  • Guaranteed Issue

     
Category 1 Category 2 Category 3
- Invasive Cancer (100%) - Heart Attack (100%) - Coma (100%)
- Invasive Cancer -diagnosis prior to 90 days
of in force coverage (10%)*
- Heart Transplant (100%) - End-Stage Renal Failure (100%)
- Cancer In Situ (25%) - Stroke (100%) - Major Organ Transplant, other than heart (100%)

- Cancer In Situ -diagnosis prior to 90 days
of in force coverage (2.5%)*

- Angioplasty (25%)
- Paralysis (100%)
  - Aortic Surgery (25%)  
  - Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery (25%)  
  - Heart Valve Replacement/Repair Surgery (25%)  
 
*No additional benefits will be paid if diagnosis or treatment in first 90 days (30 days for Employer Group).
WHAT MAKES US UNIQUE

1. Multiple Benefit Feature:
A maximum of 100% of the benefit applied for is paid in each category (other than Category 1 in the first 90 days) for a total of up to three (3) times the policy benefit amount as long as the illnesses are diagnosed at least 180 days apart.8 If you become ill and the first benefit paid under a category does not equal 100% of the benefit amount you selected, you are then eligible for subsequent benefit payments for covered illnesses in the same category until you reach 100% of your selected benefit amount.

2. Recurrence Benefit:
If you become ill and are paid full benefits for a Category 2 or 3 Critical Illness, you can receive an additional 25% payment of the benefit amount you selected if you have a recurrence. This is available for up to 2 recurrences as long as you have not exceeded your maximum benefit amount and the occurrences are more than 18 months apart.

3. Additional Benefit:
If you are paid benefits for the first occurrence of a specified covered Critical Illness more than 90 days after your policy is issued, we will pay an additional cash lump sum, equal to 6 months of premium, to help cover premium payments or other expenses.

   
1 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics, 2010 Update At-A-Glance, American Heart Association
2 Clinical Research Study. Harvard U. 16 Mar. 2011. hp.org/new_bankruptcy_study/Bankruptcy-2009.pdf
3 American Cancer Society, Cancer Facts and Figures 2010
4 The Merck Manuals Online Medical Library, Acute Kidney Failure, 16 Feb. 2011, www.merckmanuals.com
5 Essential Benefits, Why do I need critical illness insurance? 2 Feb. 2011, www.essentialbenefits.ca
6 FAQs.org, Health, Organ Transplantation 16 Feb. 2011, www.faqs.org/health/topics
7 Bloomberg Businessweek Study Links Medical Costs and Personal Bankruptcy.
4 Jun. 2009. Web. 3 Mar. 2011, www.businessweek.com
8 Benefits will not be paid for critical illnesses in more than a single category during any 180 day period.

THIS POLICY PROVIDES LIMITED BENEFITS. Policy Form Series SLA-CI11/SLA-CI11-GEP and Mortgage Protection Benefit Rider SLA-CIMP11/SLA-CIMPGE is not available in all states and benefits may vary. The policy has specific terms and conditions relating to coverage, including limitations and exclusions. For costs and complete details of the coverage, please call or write the company or your insurance professional.
   
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About Standard Life and Accident Insurance Company

Standard Life and Accident Insurance Company (Standard Life) was founded to provide clients with realistic life and health products that solve their needs for financial security.

Since its inception, more than 70 years ago, the Company's ethic has never changed. "People's needs change from day to day. The shrinking value of the dollar makes insurance protection more important to the individual...We must develop think-ahead programs today which will provide benefits in keeping with the economic changes of tomorrow. While we've grown so fast, it has not been at the expense of the human factor, so vital to this business. Efficiency is emphasized. However, we try never to lose sight of the personal aspects of our relations with policyowners and business clients, as well as our own agents and employees." Leonard H. Savage, President 1948-1973, Standard Life and Accident Insurance Company.

Standard Life and Accident Insurance Company (“Standard Life”) has been evaluated and assigned the following ratings by nationally recognized, independent rating agencies. The ratings are current as of November 2018.

A.M. Best1: A
Standard & Poor's2: A-

Ratings reflect current independent opinions of the financial capacity of an insurance organization to meet the obligations of its insurance policies and contracts in accordance with their terms. They are based on comprehensive quantitative and qualitative evaluations of the company and its management strategy. The rating agencies do not provide ratings as a recommendation to purchase insurance or annuities. The ratings are not a warranty of an insurer’s current or future ability to meet its contractual obligations.

Ratings may be changed, suspended, or withdrawn at any time.

1A.M. Best’s active company rating scale is: A++ (Superior), A+ (Superior), A (Excellent), A- (Excellent), B++ (Good), B+ (Good), B (Fair), B- (Fair), C++ (Marginal), C+ (Marginal), C (Weak), C- (Weak) and D (Poor).

2Ratings from ‘AA’ to ‘CCC’ may be modified by the addition of a plus (+) or minus (-) sign to show relative standing within the major rating categories. For a list of Standard & Poor's active company rating scale visit www.standardandpoors.com.


DEFINITIONS – GENERAL
ACTIVELY AT WORK OR ACTIVE SERVICE means an Employee who is present for 20 hours per week at his/her usual place of employment for the Employer or at another location as assigned or directed by the Employer, and is mentally and physically capable of performing the regular duties of the job for which he or she is employed.

On any day that is not an Employee’s regularly scheduled work day (vacation, personal days, and weekends/holidays) the Employee will be considered Actively at Work on such day provided he or she is not absent due to any type of leave and
was Actively at Work on his/her last regularly scheduled work day.
An Employee who usually performs the regular duties of his/her job at their home is considered Actively at Work if they
meet all the above requirements and could work at the Employer’s usual place of employment if required to do so.
AGE means a Covered Person’s Age as of his/her last birthday.
ANGIOPLASTY means the actual undergoing of a percutaneous transluminal angioplasty deemed Medically Necessary
to correct a narrowing or blockage of one or more coronary arteries. A Physician, board-certified as a Cardiologist, must
perform the Procedure. Other surgical or non-surgical techniques such as laser relief or any other intra-arterial procedures
are excluded.
AORTIC SURGERY means the actual undergoing of surgery for disease of the aorta needing excision and surgical
replacement of a portion of the diseased aorta with a graft. The surgery must be deemed Medically Necessary and
performed by a Physician, board-certified as a cardiovascular surgeon, thoracic surgeon, or vascular surgeon. Aorta is
limited to the thoracic and abdominal aorta, but not its branches.
CANCER IN SITU means a Diagnosis of Cancer wherein the tumor cells still lie within the tissue of origin without having
invaded neighboring tissue. Cancer in Situ includes:
1. early prostate cancer Diagnosed as T1N0M0 or equivalent staging; and
2. melanoma not invading the dermis.
Cancer in Situ does not include:
1. other skin malignancies; or
2. pre-malignant lesions (such as intraepithelial neoplasia); or
3. benign tumors or polyps.
Cancer in Situ must be Diagnosed pursuant to a Pathological or Clinical Diagnosis.
CERTIFICATE EFFECTIVE DATE is the date coverage begins for each Covered Person under the Policy. It will be
different for a Covered Person added to the Policy after the original date of issue or when a change in coverage for any
Covered Person occurs. Each Covered Person’s Certificate Effective Date is shown in the Employee’s Certificate of
Coverage Schedule of Benefits.
CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS means a Diagnosis of Invasive Cancer or Cancer In Situ based on the study of symptoms and
Diagnostic test results. We will accept a Clinical Diagnosis of Cancer only if the following conditions are met:
1. a Pathological Diagnosis cannot be made because it is medically inappropriate or life threatening;
2. there is medical evidence to support the Diagnosis; and
3. a Physician is treating the Covered Person for Invasive Cancer and/or Cancer In Situ.
CLOSE RELATIVE means anyone related to a Covered Person by blood, marriage, or adoption; or a court appointed
representative.
COMA means the diagnosis, by a Legally Qualified Physician board-certified as a Neurologist, that a Covered Person is
in a state of unconsciousness:
1. from which he/she cannot be aroused;
2. in which external stimulation will produce no more than primitive avoidance reflexes; and
3. such state has persisted continuously for at least 96 hours.
No benefit is payable for Coma if Coma is the result of a Critical Illness for which benefits are otherwise payable under
this Policy.
 
CORONARY BYPASS SURGERY means the actual undergoing of coronary artery bypass surgery using either a
saphenous vein or internal mammary artery graft for the treatment of coronary heart disease deemed Medically
Necessary to correct a narrowing or blockage of one or more coronary arteries. The Procedure must be performed by a
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Physician, board-certified as a cardiovascular surgeon or thoracic surgeon. Other surgical or non-surgical techniques
such as laser relief or any other intra-arterial procedures are excluded.
COVERED PERSON means an Employee, an Employee’s spouse or Dependent children, listed as a Covered Person in
the Certificate Schedule of Benefits and for whom premium has been paid.
CRITICAL ILLNESS means any of the medical conditions or procedures, shown in the Certificate Schedule of Benefits,
that is first Diagnosed or first performed as the result of a Diagnosis, each made after the respective Covered Person’s
Certificate Effective Date.
DATE OF DIAGNOSIS means the date the Diagnosis is established by a Physician, through the use of clinical and/or
laboratory findings as supported by the Covered Person’s medical records. For a procedure, it is the date the Covered
Person undergoes the procedure.
DEPENDENT means an Employee’s family as follows:
1. The lawful Spouse*, if not legally separated or divorced;
2. Unmarried children (whether natural, adopted or stepchildren) under the limiting age of 26; or
3. Unmarried children for whom the Employee is required to provide insurance under a medical support order or an
order enforceable by a court.
*The term “Spouse” as used throughout the Policy will also mean the Employee’s legal Domestic Partner.
DIAGNOSIS means the definitive establishment by a Physician of the Critical Illness through the use of clinical and/or
laboratory findings.
DOMESTIC PARTNER means an opposite or same sex person with whom an Employee maintains a committed
relationship and shares a familial relationship characterized by mutual caring and the sharing of a mutual residence and
who has registered under the state law as domestic partners. Each partner must:
1. Be at least 18 years old and competent to contract;
2. Be the sole domestic partner of the other person; and
3. Not be married.
EMPLOYEE means the Employee designated in the Enrollment Form who is Actively at Work and listed in an eligible
class of Employees in the Employer’s application. The Employee must be listed as a Covered Person in the Certificate
Schedule of Benefits and appropriate premium paid in order to be covered under the Policy.
EMPLOYER means the plan sponsor to whom the Group Policy is issued and shall include any affiliated entities or
subsidiaries approved by the Company.
END-STAGE RENAL FAILURE means the chronic and irreversible failure of both of a Covered Person’s kidneys, which
requires the Covered Person to undergo periodic and ongoing dialysis. The Diagnosis must be made by a Physician.
ENROLLMENT FORM means the form(s) that the Employee (and Employee’s spouse, if any) signed to apply for
coverage under the Policy. It also includes any other document approved by the Company that the Employee uses to
apply for or change coverage under the Policy.
FIRST OCCUR(S)/FIRST OCCURRING/FIRST OCCURRENCE means the occurrence, Diagnosis, or procedure is the
first time ever in the Covered Person’s lifetime that he/she has experienced such Critical Illness, been Diagnosed with
that specific condition included as a Critical Illness, or undergone a specific procedure included as a Critical Illness.
HEART ATTACK means an Acute Myocardial Infarction resulting in:
1. the death of a portion of the heart muscle (myocardium) due to a blockage of one or more coronary arteries; and
2. resulting in the loss of the normal function of the heart.
The Diagnosis must be made by a Physician and based on both:
1. new clinical presentation and electrocardiographic changes consistent with an evolving heart attack; and
2. serial measurement of cardiac biomarkers showing a pattern and to a level consistent with a Diagnosis of Heart
Attack.
Established (old) Myocardial Infarction is excluded.
HEART VALVE REPLACEMENT/REPAIR SURGERY means the actual undergoing of open heart surgery to replace or
repair one or more valves. The surgery must be deemed Medically Necessary and performed by a Physician,
board-certified as a cardiovascular surgeon or thoracic surgeon.
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INVASIVE CANCER means a malignant neoplasm, which is characterized by the uncontrolled growth and spread of
malignant cells and the invasion of tissue through the basement membrane or capsule. “Invasive Cancer” includes, but
shall not be limited to any form of:
1. Leukemia;
2. Lymphoma; or
3. Multiple Myeloma.
The following are not “Invasive Cancer”:
1. pre-malignant lesions (such as intraepithelial neoplasia); or
2. benign tumors or polyps; or
3. early prostate cancer Diagnosed as T1N0M0 or equivalent staging; or
4. Cancer in Situ; or
5. any skin cancer (other than invasive malignant melanoma in the dermis or deeper or skin malignancies that have
become metastatic).
Invasive Cancer must be Diagnosed by a Physician, board-certified as a pathologist pursuant to a Pathological or Clinical
Diagnosis.
MAJOR ORGAN means a Covered Person’s entire liver, kidney, lung, heart, small intestine, pancreas, pancreas-kidney,
bone marrow, or stem-cells. No other organ or system is included.
MAJOR ORGAN TRANSPLANT means the placement of an entire Major Organ in a Covered Person, where such Major
Organ:
1. originates in a person other than such Covered Person;
2. is somewhat independent from all other parts of the human body; and
3. performs a special or unique function.
 
A Major Organ Transplant does not include the placement of a mechanical or man-made device or substance which is
intended to serve as a substitute for or aid in the performance of the failed Major Organ; nor does it include Major Organ
parts such as valves, ducts, arteries, and any other part of a Major Organ, which in and of itself provides no life sustaining
purpose. For purposes of this definition, a Major Organ Transplant is considered to have occurred on the date a Covered
Person is added to the United Network of Organ Sharing (UNOS) or the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP)
transplant list.
MAXIMUM BENEFIT AMOUNT means the eligible total of Benefit Payments for all Critical Illnesses as stated in the
Certificate Schedule of Benefits.
MEDICALLY NECESSARY means that, based on generally accepted current medical practice, a service is necessary
and appropriate for the Diagnosis or treatment of a Critical Illness. We do not consider a service Medically Necessary if:
1. It is provided only as a convenience to the Covered Person or provider; or
2. It is not appropriate treatment for the Covered Person’s Diagnosis or symptoms;
3. It exceeds (in scope, duration, or intensity) that level of care that is needed to provide safe, adequate, and
appropriate diagnosis or treatment.
PATHOLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS means Diagnosis based on a microscopic study of fixed tissue or preparations from the
hemic (blood) system. This type of Diagnosis must be done by a Physician who is a board certified pathologist and
whose Diagnosis of malignancy conforms to the standards set by the American College of Pathology.
PARALYSIS means a Covered Person’s complete and permanent loss of use, not including amputation, of two or more
limbs through neurological injury for a continuous period of at least 180 days, confirmed by a Legally Qualified Physician
board-certified as a Neurologist. No benefit is payable for Paralysis if Paralysis is the result of a Critical Illness for which
benefits are otherwise payable under the Policy.
PHYSICIAN means a person, other than You, a Close Relative, or a business or professional partner who is:
1. duly licensed to practice medicine in the jurisdiction where the Diagnosis is made, or the procedure performed where
such jurisdiction is a continuing member of the United States of America or a territory within the jurisdiction of the
United States of America (embassies, military zones, and similarly designated non-domestic extensions of the United
States government are not included); and
2. acting within the scope of his/her license.
PRE-EXISTING CONDITION means a medical condition relating to a Critical Illness, not otherwise excluded by name or
specific description:
1. for which medical advice, testing, care, treatment or medication was given or was recommended by, or received from,
a Physician within 12 months before the Covered Person’s Certificate Effective Date; or
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2. that would have caused a reasonably prudent person to seek medical Diagnosis or treatment within 12 months before
his/her Certificate Effective Date.
Critical Illness related to such a medical condition is not covered within 12 months of a Covered Person's Certificate
Effective Date.
STROKE means any acute cerebrovascular accident producing neurological impairment and resulting in paralysis or
other measurable objective neurological deficit persisting for at least 96 hours and expected to be permanent. Transient
ischemic attack (mini-stroke), head injury, chronic cerebrovascular insufficiency and reversible ischemic neurological
deficits are excluded. The Diagnosis must be made by a Physician.
YOU, YOUR OR YOURS means the Employee named on the Certificate Schedule of Benefits.


Benefits otherwise payable under the Policy are reduced 50% on the later of a Covered Person’s Age 70 or his/her 5th
Certificate Effective Date anniversary.
Unless the Covered Person’s Critical Illness First Occurs or is Diagnosed while coverage is in force under the Policy, no
benefit will be payable.
No benefit is payable for Coma or Paralysis if Coma or Paralysis is the result of a Critical Illness for which benefits are
otherwise payable under the Policy.
With the exception of benefits that may be paid on behalf of a Covered Person in accordance with the Recurrence
Benefit:
1. The sum of benefits paid for a Covered Person under each Category shall not exceed 100% of the Initial Benefit
Amount for each Category; and
2. The sum of all benefits payable for a Covered Person under the Policy shall not exceed the Maximum Benefit Amount
shown in the Certificate Schedule of Benefits.
Benefits will not be paid for Critical Illnesses in more than a single Category during any 180-day period. However, this
does not apply to multiple benefit payments for Critical Illnesses within the same category, unless the Initial Benefit
Amount has been paid.
In the event benefits for a Covered Person are paid for a Critical Illness and within 180 days the Covered Person is
Diagnosed with a Critical Illness from another Category with no benefit paid, any recurrence of the latter Critical Illness
will be treated as an original Diagnosis with benefits paid accordingly.
If two or more Critical Illnesses are Diagnosed at the same proximate time, the benefit paid will be based upon the
Diagnosed Critical Illness providing the largest benefit.
The Company will NOT pay benefits for a Critical Illness, if it is caused by or results from:
1. intentional self-inflicted injuries;
2. suicide, or any attempt at suicide, while sane or insane;
3. service in the armed forces or any auxiliary unit of the armed forces;
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4. participation in the commission or attempted commission of a felony;
5. participation in a riot or insurrection;
6. alcoholism or drug addiction; or
7. being intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any narcotic (including overdose) unless
administered on the advice of a Physician and taken according to the Physician’s instructions. The term
“intoxicated” refers to that condition as defined by law and decisions of the jurisdiction in which the accident,
cause of loss, or loss occurred.
The Company will NOT pay any benefit for a Critical Illness if:
1. A Critical Illness is Diagnosed outside the United States or a covered procedure is performed outside the United
States; or
2. the Covered Person’s date of birth, age or sex was misstated in the Enrollment Form and at the correct date of
birth, age or sex the coverage would not have become effective or would have terminated.
PREEXISTING CONDITION LIMITATION. Critical Illness caused by or relating to a Preexisting Condition is not covered
for the first 12 months after the Certificate Effective Date of each Covered Person.





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