Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 1, 1972 · Page 24
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September 1, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, September 1, 1972
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$600,00 a month cash —that's $20.00 a day—when you require hospital care while under age 65...for each accident, starting the FIRST day in the hospital, and each illness starting after the THIRD day, continuing for life if necessary. $300.00 a month cash -that's $10.00 a day-if you're 65 OR OVER for the first 3 months of hospitalization—in addition to your Medicare benefits. Coverage for accidents begins the very FIRST day in the hospital; sickness coverage begins after the THIRD day. After 3 months, if you are still in the hospital, you then receive $600.00 a month cash-that's $20.00 a day-thereafter-even for life, if necessary. This money is paid directly to you in addition to Medicare or any other coverage you may already have. 5360.00 a month cash —that's $12.00 a day—when your child goes to the hospital for any accident or illness, when you have Coverage for Children-no matter how long the confinement may be. Coverage for accidents begins the very FIRST day in the hospital; sickness coverage begins after the THIRD day. $600.00 a month cash —that's $20.00 a day-for maternity benefits when Coverage for Children and Maternity Benefits have been added to the basic plan. $400.00 a month cash —that's $13.33 a day—for a registered nurse for an 8 hour shift at home if your doctor has you hire one within five days following a covered hospital confinement of five days or more for which benefits were payable—for as long as you were hospitalized, up to one year. UP TO $2,000.00 cash for complete accidental loss of limbs or eyesight. If you suffer complete loss of a hand or foot or the sight of an eye within 90 days of the accident, you collect $l,000.00-and $2,000.00 for the loss of two limbs or the sight of both eyes. $2,400.00 a month cash $1,200.00 a month for you-and $1,200.00 a month for your spouse...when an accident hospitalizes covered husband and wife at the same time. Yes, you collect $2,400.00 A MONTH in all (when under 65) while both of you are in the hospital- even for life. Wo return ,i!l premiums for you or any covered adult member of your family who does not receive benefits during 10 years of continuous coverage. Also, We return ;>!! premiums you paid for your covered children if, during 10 years of continuous coverage, you do not collect benefits on their account. So if you stay well, all your premium payments will be returned-every last dollar.

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