You must’ve heard countless stories about bread winners of a family falling critically ill & not being able to retain their jobs or fend for their families & ending up having a disrupted life. Critical illness is a reality today & events like renal failure requiring kidney transplants & burn injuries etc are not something that happens to ‘others’. It is important that every earning member of the family covers him or her against the disruption that such events cause in their as well as their family’s lives, irrespective of whether they are covered by health insurance.

There are many critical illness plans in the market. A little research on the net will make you aware of all the different CI plans offered by insurance companies. Edelweiss Tokio Life – CritiCare+ is by far ,the best Critical Illness plan available in the market. While most other cover mostly cancer, Edelweiss Tokio Life – CritiCare+ covers 17 major illnesses which include not only cancer, but also third degree burns, renal damage requiring kidney transplants, paralysis of limbs, heart disease, etc

Apart from the types of illnesses, another area where Edelweiss Tokio Life – CritiCare+ scores is the number of times that claims can be made. It is perhaps the only plan that offers the option of making up to 3 claims during the policy tenure. This is a very unique feature of the plan & allows the life insured the security that he has shielded his family members from a most incidences of health issues.

By all accounts, Edelweiss Tokio Life – CritiCare+ is the best critical illness plan. A plan like this can help anyone bounce back from a critical illness!

By Eddy

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