Critical illness and accident
Critical illness and accident coverage can help you be better prepared for the unexpected expenses related to a serious illness or an unforeseen accident.
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Enrollment for these products occurs through self-service and your premiums will be payroll deducted. If you enroll during your first 60 days of employment, coverage is guaranteed issue.
Resources for accident insurance and critical illness insurance
Whether it's a planned event, like buying a home or preparing a will, or an unexpected problem, like a speeding ticket, most of us need legal counsel at some point, and quality legal assistance can be pricey. It can also be hard to know how to find an attorney you trust. With MetLife Legal Plans, you can have a team of top attorneys ready to help you take care of life's planned and unplanned legal events.
With the legal plan, you can get access to legal help for all of these issues and more, all for an affordable cost of $15 per month, which is $6.92 per pay period.
To learn how the plan works, who is covered under the plan and much more, review the plan summary information which is provided below.
Whole life insurance through Voya
Benefits eligible team members have the opportunity to enroll in permanent life insurance.
Enrollment in whole life occurs through calling the Whole Life Enrollment Center and not through self-service. However, benefit premiums will be payroll deducted. If you enroll during your first 31 days of employment, coverage is guaranteed issue.
To learn more about this product or to enroll call the Enrollment Center at 855-874-0211 and speak directly with a Benefits Counselor.
Resources for whole life insurance
Long-Term Care Insurance through UNUM
Voluntary Long-Term Care insurance pays toward the cost of a long-term illness at a Long-Term Care Facility, an Assisted Living Facility or care received at home from a licensed Home Health Care Provider.
Enrollment in long-term care insurance is handled directly with UNUM and not through self-service. However, benefit premiums will be payroll deducted. If you enroll during your first 31 days of employment, coverage is guaranteed issue.
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