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Combined Insurance Reports that Single Working Women's Week is a Good Time for Annual Review of Insurance Coverage
Date:7/29/2008

Insurance. "It's really just a separate insurance policy that adds to or 'supplements' life and health coverage you might already have. And for a single working woman, it can provide that extra protection that helps augment your existing insurance in event of unexpected sickness, injury or death."

Work Your Way through A Needs Checklist

Working women can familiarize themselves with supplemental insurance as a good start to help identify whether there are any gaps in traditional insurance coverage. A review of coverage can include a needs assessment checklist which focuses on four key areas:

Protect your paycheck: According to the National Safety Council, Injury Facts®, 2008 Edition, more than 9.4 million disabling injuries occurred while off the job in 2006, making those disabled individuals ineligible for worker's compensation benefits. Fortunately, many supplemental disability policies cover you on or off the job.

Protect your lifestyle: According to LIMRA's August 2004 publication, The Need and Value of Life Insurance, one to two years after a spouse's death almost 50 percent of respondents were just getting by financially, and 45 percent of widows said their spouse did not have adequate life insurance. If you are single due to divorce or a spouse's death, a supplemental life insurance policy may better help your loved ones manage financially for those first few years.

Protect against the risk of a critical illness: The American Cancer Society reports in the Cancer Facts and Figures, 2007, that in the U.S., 1 in 3 women will develop cancer during their lifetime and 67 percent of total costs will be non-medical. A supplemental insurance policy that provides benefits for cancer can help offset some of these non-medical costs.

Protect against unexpected medical expenses: The 2005 edition of the HCUP Facts and Figures statistics on hospital-based care in the United States reports that the average le
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