Cancer Insurance for Children

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  1. rnoinsgal
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    I was wondering if there is a company that offers Cancer Insurance for children?
     
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    This may be posted in the wrong Forum. You may want to check with specified disease plans or life insurance.
    I know Gerber Life writes kids for life insurance.

    Good luck.
     
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    Thanks TPeterson, going to add it to the General Forum, not looking for life, have that, just cancer. Thanks again.
     
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    Family Heritage and Washington National have cancer policies but I believe you have to be of legal age in the state of residence to get it. Children can be covered under a single parent and children policy or a family policy which would include both spouses and children.
     
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    Lots of companys write cancer plans.
    Life of Al
    AFLAC
    Liberty National
    AM Gen
     
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    Aetna has cancer policies that will cover all kids in the family as long as one adult is covered.
     
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    Cancer Insurance in MetLife may offer:

    -Lump-sum payments you can use as you wish.
    -An annual Health Screening Benefit.
    -Paid benefits for initial diagnosis and if cancer returns.
    -Guaranteed acceptance provided you are actively at work when you apply.
    -Easy claims processing.
    -Convenient payroll deduction.
    -Portable coverage should you leave your employer.
     
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    I'm sure the OP is so happy with your info even though they haven't posted since March last year.
     
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    Im sure you found the answer to this. But All the carriers I have for CI insurance there is a rider for Children so the parent would have to be signed up first.
     
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