Cancer Insurance

Cancer Insurance


Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be one of life's most frightening events. Unfortunately, statistics show you probably know someone who has been in this situation.

With Cancer Insurance from Allstate Benefits, you can rest a little easier. Allstate's coverage pays you a cash benefit to help with the costs associated with treatments, to pay for daily living expenses - and more importantly - to empower you to seek the care you need.



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Key Features

  • Benefits are paid directly to you unless otherwise assigned
  • Coverage available for you or your entire family
  • Waiver of premium after 90 days of disability due to cancer for as long as your disability lasts (Employee only)
  • Coverage can be continued, as long as premiums are paid to Allstate Benefits

This information highlights some features of the policy but is not the insurance contract. This is a brief overview of the benefits available under the Group Voluntary Policy underwritten by American Heritage Life Insurance Company (Home Office, Jacksonville, FL). Details of the insurance, including exclusions, restrictions and other provisions are included in the certificates issued. Allstate Benefits is the marketing name for American Heritage Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of The Allstate Corporation.


Add cancer insurance coverage to help offset costs that may not be covered under your employer's existing medical plan.


To create an account:


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Answers about the plan, including eligibility, options, enrollment, customer service and more.
  • Who is the provider?

    Allstate Benefits
    A leading provider of employee benefits.


    Allstate Benefits is the marketing name used by American Heritage Life Insurance Company (Home Office, Jacksonville, FL), a subsidiary of The Allstate Corporation.

  • How can this help me?

    After you visit a doctor, tests have been run and results received, you begin receiving cash benefits for eligible expenses as they happen if you have been diagnosed with cancer or a specified disease and have Group Cancer coverage.


    Benefits are paid directly to you, unless otherwise assigned. And you can get coverage for yourself and your entire family.

  • Who is eligible?

    You and your eligible family members must enroll during your enrollment period, and you must be actively at work for your coverage to be effective. Dependents to be enrolled may not be subject to a medical restriction as set forth on the enrollment form and in the Certificate. Some states require the insured to have medical coverage.
  • When can I enroll?

    As a new hire, you can enroll during your new hire enrollment period. Outside of your new hire enrollment period, enrollment is limited to the company’s annual enrollment period.
  • What if my employment status changes?

    When you leave or retire from your current employer, you can continue your coverage without interruption, subject to applicable law and the policies' terms and conditions. Although payroll deduction will no longer be available if you retire or leave your company, you can opt for other payment methods such as direct checking or bank account deduction, credit card billing or home billing. Higher rates may apply.
  • Why should I sign-up?

    It's never too early to prepare for the future. If you are diagnosed with cancer or a specified disease, your focus needs to be on your treatments and healing - not your finances. The Group Cancer benefit provides peace of mind by offering cash benefits to take care of life's essentials when you need it most.


    Don't wait for a diagnosis to decide you need coverage. Enroll now to have a safety net in the future.

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