1. How much will I be paid when I go to the hospital? You will receive cash benefits at the rate of $600.00 a month ($20.00 a day), whenever you are hospitalized. Your coverage begins as soon as we receive your Introductory Premlum-this Is the day you are covered for any accident. Sickness coverage begins 30 days after the policy is issued. Once you have reached 65 yeais of age, you collect In addition lo any Medicare benefits— $300.00 a month for the first three months, and $600.00 monthly while you remain continuously hospitalized afterwards, 2. Do you pay me casn when my children go to the hospital? You collect cash benefits at the rate of $360.00 a month any time your child goes to the hospital, when Coverage for Children is added to the basic plan... each time any unmarried, dependent child (age 1 month through 18 years) is in the hospital for sickness or Injury. 3. When do I ttart lo collect hospital benefits? This new plan (NH10-669 Cal.) covers you from the very first day for accidents and from the sixth day for sickness-even /or lite, if necessary. Most everyone has some insurance or savings to take care of a one to five-day hospital stay. Since we provide lifetime benefits, this "deductible" feature enables us to give you broad coverage at a lower cost than would otherwise be possible. 4. What about any children we have in the future-will they be protected too?. They surely willl When you have.Coverage for Children (with or without Maternity Benefits), your "new addition" will be covered automatically at the age of 1 month and at no extra cost. 5. Will you pny m« cash benefits for pregnancy? --Yes. While some health plans don't cover pregnancy, we do. When you have Coverage for Children and Maternity Benefits, you colled benefits at the rate of $600.00 a month for each pregnancy, childbirth or miscarriage that results in a hospital stay. (The wife only must be enrolled in this plan for the entire pregnancy.) 6. How much do I receive for a Registered Nurse a! Home? You collect at the rate of S400.00 a month up to $4,800.00 when your doctor has you employ a full-time registered nurse within 5 days after you return home. You need only to have been hospitalized 5 days or more for which benefits were payable. Your Registered Nurse at Home benefits continue during employment of the nurse-even for as long as 12 lull months. 7. Are there times I might collect as much as $2,400.00 a month? There are! Remember, we pay cash not just for you but for every Covered Member of your family. National Home plan members get an EXTRAORDINARY DOUBLE CASH BENEFIT. If you and your covered spouse are both In an accident and go to the hospital at the same lime, you receive $2,400.00-a-month tax-free cash (when under age 65). This amount is paid for as long as both of you remain in the hospital-even for life if necessary. 8, Are there any other cash benefits I can collect? We pay you $1,000.00 cash for complete accidental loss of one hand or one loot or sight of one eye, and $2,000.00 cash for loss of both hands or both feet or sight of both eyes-even if it happens as long as 3 months after the accident. Naturally. National Home realizes that loss of limb or eyesight is terrible. Nothing can take its place. But a check for S1.000.00 or $2,000.00 can help bring peace of mind during the period ol adjustment. 9. If I'm hospitalized less than a month-do you still pay me cash benefits? Yes! We pay you at the rate of $600.00 a month for every day you're in the hospital due to an accident. Sickness benefits begin on the sixth day you are in the hospital. These benefits continue for as long as you're in the hospital—even for life, II necessary. 10. What if I already have some health Or hospital insurance-will you pay me anyway... on top of what they pay me? Of course we will! That's the beauty of your National Home plan. Never mind what you collect from Blue Cross Hospitaliza- tlon Plans, Blue Shield Medical Plans or Workmen's Compensation. We still pay you cash benefits at the rate of $600.00 a month —even for life, if necessary. So, if other insurance has laken care of some—or even all-ol your medical bills.. .you still have that tax-lree cash income from this National Home plan. Isn't that a nice way to end an illness? Naturally, at these low rates, we can issue you only one policy of this type. 11. How can I use my cash benefits? Use the money any way you choose. To cover bills from the doctor, surgeon, nurse, druggist or anyone who has givan you care and treatment. If you have money left over, use it to pay for living expenses like rent, food, clothing. Or put it in the bank to replace any income you lost during your hospitalization.
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