AFLAC is a supplemental insurance that pays for certain events in your medical life. Call the representative.
A better way to frame that would be 'Whom does Aflac insure?" Aflac insures people. It is supplemental health insurance, although they also sell disability, which is a form of income insurance.
AFLAC offers supplemental life insurance policies to individuals in an amount that suits the individual's needs. AFLAC is also offered to businesses so they, in turn, can offer it to their employees.
Check your policy. It is usually a supplemental policy to your regular insurance.
Supplemental health insurance would usually cover what your regular health care insurance does not cover. Like long term care, or rehabilitation. Some like Aflac would help you keep up with your bills.
I would suggest lookatdentalinsurance.com which lists Supplemental Dental Insurance providers and many of the providers listed can provide you with a proper quote.
Many companies provide critical illness insurance, but I personally would reccommend contacting a company such as Aflac, or any company that offers insurance.
Not a reasonable question. AFLAC is an insurance company.
AFLAC is licensed to sell in every state.
Probably not. Insurance policies generally do not provide benefits for unrelated parties.
They sell supplemental insurance to core company medical and dental plans. Can be specific plans for cancer or Accidental Dismemberment and Disability, Short or Longterm Disability as examples.
transamerica life settlement has a form for former cancer policyholders. Are you the same as aflac insurance?