GTL Agent Contracting
This post will give agents some details about GTL Agent Contracting ( Guarantee Trust Life) Agent Contracting. Crowe and Associates is now offering this product to our agents to better serve their clients by offering more choices. Please click here for more information about GTL .
Hospital Indemnity Plan
How does this plan benefit clients?
Why do my clients need this plan?
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Because the average hospital stay is six days. Just one hospitalization can leave your client with a $1500 bill, if their insurance plan has a $250 a day copay. These benefits renew after 60 days without hospitalization
Patients who suffer from either Cancer, Heart Attack and or Stroke:
What does GTL offer clients?
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Application for Cancer Heart Attack and Stroke
An American suffers a stroke every 40 seconds. Not to mention, every year more than 1 million people in America will suffer a heart attack! Cancer will develop in 1 of every 2 men in this country as well as 1 in every 3 women at some time during their lives. These are some scary numbers that can end up costing people quite a bit of their savings.
Short Term Care
Here’s how the plan works:
Who can use this product?
These days providers are able to perform many procedures as an outpatient service. Therefore, many people will need some medical care to recover at home. Whether that care takes place in a nursing home or at home, patients will incur some additional out-of-pocket expenses. Unfortunately, Medicare may not cover all of these, because they have strict guidelines on covered expenses. Some clients understand the limits of the Medicare coverage. many people don’t realize the limits on some Medicare coverage. GTL offers short term care insurance policies that can protect clients from out-of-pocket medical expenses.