None of us want anything bad to happen to us or any of our loved ones. However, sometimes bad things do happen. That's why you may want to consider a critical illness plan to assist with the unexpected bills. Most critical illness policies pay cash right to you and you can use the cash any way that you need to use it, such as helping you replace lost income or paying expenses that other plans don't pay. Sometimes there are excess medical costs, such as deductibles and co-insurance and co-pays. Sometimes it is necessary to go out of network, which can add additional costs. Sometimes there are alternative or experimental treatments that are not covered by regular medical coverage.
None of us like to think about these bad things happening, but it is important to realize that 62% of all personal bankruptcies are linked to medical problems. (According to the American Journal of Medicine, August 2009)
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