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Critical Illness Insurance

Critical Illness Insurance helps you focus on recovery & not on your finances.

A critically important decision - Even with good medical coverage, the cost of a critical illness, such as cancer, heart attack and stroke, can really add up. Some families spend as much as $14,444 or more during a time of a critical illness and recovery.5

While critical illnesses are always unexpected, they don’t have to be financially devastating. Protect your family’s budget by enrolling for MetLife Critical Illness Insurance today.

Don’t worry, you’re covered.
You and your eligible family members will be covered for various critical illnesses, such as:

  • Cancer6
  • Stroke7
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Major Organ Transplant
  • Heart Attack
  • Kidney Failure
  • Alzheimer’s disease8

It’s your money.
Payment of your benefit is made directly to you, not your doctor or hospital. You can spend the money on whatever you choose.

You wouldn’t be denied coverage.
You and your eligible family members are guaranteed9 & coverage, as long as you are actively at work. No medical exam and no hassle.

Less expensive than you think.
Take advantage of employee rates when applying for coverage through your employer.

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Most Common FAQ's
How do I enroll? Collapsed Expanded

Enroll for coverage at State of Alaska enrollment website.

Who is eligible to enroll? Collapsed Expanded

Regular active full-time employees who are actively at work along with their spouse/domestic partner and dependent children can enroll for MetLife Critical Illness Insurance coverage.3

How do I pay for coverage? Collapsed Expanded

Coverage is paid through convenient payroll deduction.

What is the coverage effective date? Collapsed Expanded

The coverage effective date is 01/01/2019.

If I Leave the Company, Can I Keep My Coverage?10 Collapsed Expanded

Under certain circumstances, you can take your coverage with you if you leave. You must make a request in writing within a specified period after you leave your employer. You must also continue to pay premiums to keep the coverage in force.

Who do I call for assistance? Collapsed Expanded

Contact a MetLife Customer Service Representative at 1 800- GET-MET8 (1-800-438-6388), Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., EST.