Offered through Trupo, which is led by Freelancers Union’s founder, Sara Horowitz, and partially owned by Freelancers Union.
If you’re located within New York State, these accident and specified disease insurance plans can pay benefits directly to you in the event of a crisis, such as a covered accident or illness. You decide how to spend the money.
Accident insurance plans can pay you directly when you are injured in a covered accident. Your payouts are triggered by the injury you experience and the medical care you receive but can be used to pay for anything, such as groceries, cab fare, or rent.
Critical illness insurance — called Specified Disease Insurance in New York — is an insurance plan that can pay you a lump sum when you are diagnosed with a serious covered illness. It is designed to complement your existing health insurance, and you can use the money to pay for anything you’d like, from rent or your health insurance deductible, to keeping your business afloat while you recuperate.
Led by Freelancers Union’s founder, Sara Horowitz, and partially owned by Freelancers Union, Trupo partners with a leading benefit provider to offer tailored benefits packages for creative professionals. Answer just five questions and receive an expertly crafted insurance package recommended specifically for you. Currently, benefits through Trupo are only available in New York.
Accident and specified disease insurance plans offered through Trupo are underwritten by The Paul Revere Life Insurance Company, Worcester, MA.
The policies have exclusions and limitations which may affect any benefits payable.
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