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SUPPLEMENTAL PLAN FOR STATE OF FLORIDA EMPLOYEES


Americans are living longer – even those who’ve been diagnosed with critical illnesses.1 

Focus on your health and not finances. Aflac’s Critical Care Protection plan pays a lump-sum cash benefit and can help provide financial peace of mind if an insured is diagnosed with any of the following:
  • Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • Sudden Cardiac Arrest
  • Coma
  • Paralysis
  • Major Human Organ Transplant
  • End-Stage Renal Failure
  • Persistent Vegetative State
  • Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery (CABG)
  • Third-Degree Burns
Consider these facts:
  • 40% fear the cost of treating a serious illness more than they fear illness itself.2If you’re diagnosed with a life-changing, condition, could you afford treatment?
  • Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a heart attack or stroke,3 costing as much as $50,005 for a heart attack4 and $12,301 for a stroke.5
  • 58%of participants in a recent Aflac survey had less than $1,000 on hand to pay for expenses associated with a serious illness or accident.6  This can lead to choosing between paying for care or regular monthly expenses.
  • 92.1 million American adults live with the ongoing medical expenses associated with cardiovascular disease or the aftereffects of a stroke.7


FIND AN AGENT

Find a Licensed Agent in your area by clicking the following link and providing your work county and agency: capitalins.com/team/find-an-agent.

HOW TO ENROLL

Plans starting at $4.08 per month. For more information on how to enroll, please contact the Group Benefits Department by phone at 800.780.3100 or email at groupdepartment@capitalins.com. If you have further questions, please contact a Licensed Agent in your area.

To file a claim, visit the Aflac Claims Portal.

AVAILABLE ON PAYROLL DEDUCTION IN PARTICIPATING AGENCIES:

  • Division of Administrative Hearings
  • Agency for Health Care Administration
  • Agency for Persons with Disabilities
  • Dept. of Business & Professional Regulation
  • Dept. of Children & Families
  • Dept. of Corrections
  • Office of State Courts
  • School for the Deaf & Blind
  • Dept. of Education
  • Dept. of Elder Affairs
  • Dept. of Environmental Protection
  • Florida Commission on Offender Review
  • Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
  • Dept. of Health
  • Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
  • Justice Administrative Commission
  • Dept. of Juvenile Justice
  • Dept. of Revenue