River was having cold-like symptoms — a slight fever, fatigue and chest congestion. The symptoms worsened and they were admitted into the hospital, spending two days in the intensive care unit. After being treated with antibiotics for ten days River was able to go home. But they worried about what their stay in the hospital would cost. Fortunately, their Hospital Indemnity insurance plan helped River cover the extra out-of-pocket expenses, so they could focus on making a full recovery.
River’s insurance paid benefits for:
- Hospital admission
- 10-day hospital stay
- Critical care admission
- 2-day critical care stay
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.