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Will a health insurance policy provide for the loss of my earnings?

A health insurance policy is provide cover for loss of your earnings. Find put more about such cover.

Apnainsurance.com Research Bureau

05 Dec 2007

No health insurance policy will directly provide for the loss of your earnings; unless you have been permanently disabled in an accident AND your health insurance policy has accident cover.

However, if you have purchased a critical illness plan and your illness is covered under the plan, you are paid a lump sum amount irrespective of the actual expenses.

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Are there any advantages of getting admitted to a hospital that the insurer has a tie-up with?

How do I intimate the insurance company of my hospitalization if it is an emergency?

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