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Supplemental Insurance in Nevada

Extend Your Protection with Supplemental Insurance

Unexpected health events can create stress, uncertainty and financial difficulty. To help protect you from worrisome costs, we offer simple and budget-friendly supplemental insurance solutions in cooperation with LifeSecure Insurance CompanyTM — so you can focus on your health when you need to most. Apply for these Nevada supplemental insurance plans to complement your current medical plan.

  • Accident Insurance

  • Critical Illness Insurance

  • Hospital Recovery Insurance

Accident Insurance

 

Help protect your hard-earned wages and savings.

LifeSecure’s Accident Insurance helps you pay for unexpected out-of-pocket costs resulting from a covered accident.

Accident Insurance provides cash benefits for medical and recovery expenses, regardless of any other insurance you have. Benefits are paid after any adjustments or discounts your health insurance may have negotiated with your providers for services received.

Contact: 1-888-811-2101 (TTY: 711), Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

Critical Illness Insurance

 

Rest easy knowing you are prepared for the unexpected with Critical Illness Insurance.

Simple and straightforward supplemental insurance plans like LifeSecure’s Critical Illness can help with high deductibles and other expenses that quickly add up when diagnosed with a covered disease.

With LifeSecure’s Critical Illness insurance plans, you will receive a payout of cash lump sums on covered critical illnesses. It can be used for living expenses, to satisfy your deductible or for other out-of-pocket costs.

Contact: 1-888-811-2101 (TTY: 711), Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET

Hospital Recovery Insurance

 

Be ready to handle what comes your way.

Once you leave the hospital, you should not have to worry about financial setbacks that you did not expect during your recovery, like lost wages, the cost for help with transportation, meals, childcare or even housekeeping.

LifeSecure's Hospital Recovery Insurance provides cash benefits regardless of any other insurance you have. And, when paired with your current plan, LifeSecure Hospital Recovery Insurance lets you extend your protection, so you can focus on recovery.

Contact: 1-888-811-2101 (TTY: 711), Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET.

Supplemental Insurance Basics

Learn how our supplemental insurance plans can help you prepare for the unexpected.

What is Accident Insurance?

When the unexpected happens, supplemental accident insurance can help pay the bills until you're back on your feet.

Learn more about accident insurance

What is Hospital Indemnity Insurance?

If you or a family member have a long-term or unexpected hospital stay, hospital indemnity insurance will help cover the costs so you can focus on getting well.

Learn more about hospital indemnity insurance

What is Critical Illness Insurance?

No one plans for or expects a major illness. But if you’re diagnosed with one, having a critical illness insurance policy will provide extra funds to help you through to recovery.

Learn more about critical illness insurance


*LifeSecure Insurance Company (“LifeSecure”) underwrites and has sole financial responsibility for the Accident, Critical Illness and Hospital Recovery insurance products. LifeSecure is an independent company and there is no ownership affiliation between LifeSecure and Anthem. LifeSecure products do not offer qualifying health coverage (“Minimum Essential Coverage” or “MEC”) that satisfies the health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. The termination or loss of one of these policies does not entitle you to a Special Enrollment Period to purchase a health benefit plan that qualifies as MEC outside of an Open Enrollment Period. 
 
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