Why AFLAC my passion. Many in my family have died and survived cancer. Cancer effects the entire family and we all prepare ourselves to go through it together as a family. There were doctor appointments, testing, scans, operations, chemo and radiation and sickness due to the medication to deal with.
The one thing we were not prepared for was lost income from missing work, high doctor, lab and hospital bills. We all know the high cost of medical insurance and the high deductibles whether with cancer, illness or an accident.
AFLAC during those times would have helped us. So, I’ve made it my mission to help families protect their paycheck and finances. Through education on how AFLAC can help you understand the true cost of a life changing event.
For over 60 years, AFLAC has focused on giving customers the best supplemental insurance experience possible. When a person gets sick or hurt, Aflac pays cash benefits fast.
AFLAC also offers wellness benefits to incentivize our policy holders to go get an annual physical checkup, get tested for cancer annually, while making sure when anyone in family gets sick or in an accident gets paid for going to urgent care or hospital.
Most importantly when you get hurt or sick and can’t work, AFLAC has you “under their wing” with short term disability insurance. Paying you up to 63% your salary so you can continue to pay your bills, buy groceries and other necessities. The short term also covers maternity leave while most businesses do not anymore.
Why I should be your AFLAC agent. We discuss your individual needs and which policies work within your budget to give you the best coverage. Don’t want you to be “Insurance rich and dollar poor”. Our accident policy for most is around $5.37 a week. The cost of one latte.
When you get your first, second or third claim the first phone call is not to Aflac but to ME. Most policy holders may need assistance in the beginning and I am there to make sure things go smoothly. In those instances where it needs a push to get over that hurdle, I am there dealing with Aflac not you