Every agent should be contracted to sell the amazing array of products offered by Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Company (GTL). Their products help consumers cover co-pays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket expenses. Check out the products below, and if you’re not already contracted, then start the contracting process today!
Advantage Plus: Hospital Confinement Indemnity Insurance
Designed to fill some of the co-payments, deductibles or coverage limits of today’s most popular health insurance plans. Helps cover hospital confinement, ambulance trips and more.
Short Term Home Health Care Insurance
*NEW* Combines industry-leading Short-Term Home Health Care benefits with access to Ask Mayo Clinic and an easy-issue Hospital Indemnity rider.
Recover Cash: Short Term Nursing Home Care Indemnity Insurance
Designed to help protect your clients from high and increasing costs of short-term care. Option to receive care in a nursing home, assisted living facility or in the comfort of their own home.
24 Hour Accident: Group Accident Only Insurance
Pays benefits directly to your clients after an accident for medical expense reimbursement.
Cancer, Heart Attack, and Stroke Insurance: Cancer and Specified Disease Insurance
*NEW* Incredibly flexible and offers cutting-edge benefits for your clients. Policyholders will have access to Ask Mayo Clinic, an experimental treatment benefit and more.
Medicare Supplement: Medicare Supplement Insurance
Helps cover out-of-pocket health expenses that Medicare may not, providing more coverage and making it easier to manage health care costs.
Critical Cash: Critical Illness Insurance
Provides a simplified underwritten solution that pays up to $6,000 in benefits upon diagnosis of a covered condition.
Critical Provider: 10 or 20-year Term Life Insurance
Includes an accelerated benefit rider that pays a death benefit upon death or a living benefit upon diagnosis of a critical illness or condition.
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