Voluntary & Supplemental Products

Every company – and each employee – is different, and part of the value of having a partner like Windermere Insurance Group is the ability to provide a custom-tailored benefits package that meets unique needs and requirements. These products and services can supplement Core Benefits to give employees choices and minimize implementation costs and premium outlay.

This coverage relieves the financial burden of a cancer diagnosis. Having the coverage can provide a degree of assurance to individuals with a family history of cancer, or environmental factors that increase risk. Reimbursements are for a variety of services that are sometimes not covered under a traditional group health plan.

This type of policy will cover the medical and out-of-pocket costs incurred after an accidental injury. Covered costs may include emergency treatment, hospital stays and medical exams, and other expenses an employee may face, such as transportation and lodging needs.

This plan fills the gaps in major medical coverage, including deductibles, co-payments and other out-of-pocket medical expenses that typically fall on the patient.

These policies offer an employee – or family members of an employee – financial coverage above and beyond what a company provides as part of its standard benefits package in the event of death. They can also offer the flexibility of portability if the policyholder changes jobs, and the ability to accelerate benefits in the case of terminal illness

A person’s income is usually their most important asset. Disability insurance helps replace a major portion of an employee’s income if they become sick or injured and unable to work. If the unexpected should happen, financial security will be at much less risk.

This coverage provides a lump sum payout if the individual is diagnosed with one or more specific illnesses defined within the policy. Much like Cancer Insurance, this type of policy can provide peace of mind to those who may be predisposed toward certain illnesses.

Unlike traditional health coverage, long-term care insurance is designed to reimburse for costs associated with long-term services including home health care, assisted living, adult day care, and nursing home care.