Directory of Key Pages
Directory provides quick access to key information for individuals
The American Association for Critical Illness insurance is a national, independent organization. Our website contains important information for both consumers and insurance professionals.
Use this directory for faster access to information contained on our website which focuses on critical illness insurance and cancer insurance.
Finally, if you have suggestions for information, contact us. Specifically, call Jesse Slome at 818-597-3205.
Directory of key pages for consumers
Access our comprehensive page with data and statistics regarding cancer, heart attacks and strokes.
Read how many costs you’ll face if you get cancer. Cost of cancer care is $150 billion a year!
Find some of our tips for finding the best critical illness insurance.
See 2020 critical illness insurance statistics. Specifically find ages of new buyers, average policy amounts, average claims and more.
Visit our critical illness news archive. Undeniably a great source of summarized health and medical news related to cancer, heart attack and stroke.
Directory of key pages for employers seeking group critical illness insurance
Learn more about group critical illness insurance. Following information is information on benefit brokers who sell employer critical illness insurance.
Directory of key pages for insurance professionals
Benefit from low-cost e&o insurance. Unlike other errors and omissions plans, this one has no membership fee added.
Critical illness insurance experts
Additional resources we recommend
Visit our other industry associations. Specifically our sister organizations the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance and the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance.
Get long-term care insurance quotes. Click the link.
Find local Medicare insurance agents near you. Use the Association’s fee Zip Code directory.
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