AACII

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AACIIAmerican Association for Critical Illness Insurance (Chicago, IL)
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Virtual Insurance Conferences & Expos, which is responsible for broadcasting the conference, is initially partnering with three insurance trade groups, the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance, the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance and the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance.
Sales have been good for critical illness insurance this year--but still "nominally so," explains Jesse Slome, executive director for the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance.
Living Benefits and founder of the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance, lack of agent training about the coverage has been one of the biggest stumbling blocks to increased U.
According to Jesse Slome, executive director of the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance, the reason these policies aren't more popular than they are is simply that they're being ignored by the very companies that created them.
ABOUT HALF of critical illness insurance buyers purchased individual policies providing benefits of $20,000 or less, according to research from the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance and General Re Life Corp.
He serves on of the board of directors for the National Association for Critical Illness Insurance (NACII) and on the advisory board for the newly established American Association for Critical Illness Insurance.
Then, in early 2009, Slome established the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance (AACII)--something that he believes was long overdue.
Virtual Insurance Conferences & Expos will initially partner with three insurance trade groups, the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance, the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance and the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance.
The organization also manages the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance and the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance websites designed to provide valuable online information.
According to the program sponsor the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance agents can also save because the organization continues to waive membership fees for 2012.
Roughly half of new claims occurred prior to age 55 according to the 2012 Critical Illness Insurance Buyer & Claimant Study published by the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance and General Re Life Corporation.
com)-- Just under half (47%) of new critical illness insurance claims in 2011 began prior to age 55 according to the 2012 Buyer & Claimant Study conducted by the American Association for Critical Illness Insurance (AACII) and General Re Life Corporation.
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