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Insurance you can get at your job has many benefits.

Protect yourself and your family with insurance benefits provided through your workplace.

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Login to MyBenefits Portal

  • View your plan information and benefits
  • Make plan changes
  • File a claim

Understanding Workplace Benefits

Tools and resources to take advantage of all your employer has to offer.

Access the forms you need

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Types of insurance and why you may need them

Let’s help you understand how much coverage you may need to ensure you’re choosing the best options for you and your family during your workplace’s enrollment period.* Insurance coverages purchased at work may cost less than insurance you might buy on your own.

*Benefit options offered to workers are selected by an employer or plan sponsor, who may not offer all plan options below. Talk to your employer or plan sponsor about insurance coverages that may be available to you through them.

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Term Life Insurance

Term life insurance can help you manage the financial risks associated with premature death, insures your life (as the policyowner), and pays a lump sum benefit to the policy’s beneficiaries if you die while covered.

It’s a good idea to review your life insurance needs after major life events like getting married or having children, as these often come with increased financial responsibilities. Life insurance helps keep your loved ones on track to reach goals and avoid debt.

How much coverage do you need?

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Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance

Like life insurance, AD&D insurance pays a benefit to your beneficiaries if you die as result of an accident.

It also pays a benefit to you if you have an accidental injury that results in paralysis or the loss of a limb, hand, foot, sight in one eye, speech, or hearing, etc.

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Short & Long Term Disability

Disability Income Insurance can help protect your income if you can’t work due to injury, illness, or maternity leave. Two types may be available through your employer:

  • Short-term disability (STD) insurance replaces part of your paycheck typically for three to six months.
  • Long-term disability (LTD) insurance replaces part of your paycheck for longer periods, after STD coverage ends.

How much coverage do you need?

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Supplemental Insurance: Accident, Critical Illness & Hospital Indemnity

Supplemental insurance coverages complement your medical coverage. Find out how each can help provide a financial cushion to help you stay on track and focus on your recovery.

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Accident Insurance

Accidents happen, and you might not be financially prepared for the unexpected out- of-pocket costs that come with them.

Accident insurance can help pay for whatever your health insurance plan may not cover, making it a supplemental insurance coverage. And your employer might make it available to you and your dependents, because kids have accidents, too!

It pays a lump sum amount directly to you, to be used however you like. It can cover:

  • Out-of-pocket* medical costs such as deductibles, co-pays, or non-covered services.
  • Everyday living expenses, like babysitters and take-out food.

*Benefits can be used for medical and non-medical purposes.

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Critical Illness Insurance

Medical care for illnesses like cancer and heart disease can be expensive, and even with medical insurance, you might not be financially prepared for the out-of-pocket costs that come with them.

Critical illness insurance pays you for covered illnesses. It supplements your medical insurance, so you can focus more on your health and less on your finances.

It pays a lump sum amount directly to you, which you can use however you choose, including:

  • Out-of-pocket* medical costs such as deductibles, co-pays, or non-covered services.
  • Everyday living expenses, like babysitters, take-out food, and help with household duties.

*Benefits can be used for medical and non-medical purposes.

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Hospital Indemnity Insurance

Unexpected Illnesses happen, and you might not be financially prepared for all of the out-of-pocket costs that come with them.

Hospital Indemnity insurance pays for covered hospitalizations. It supplements your medical insurance coverage and can help you stay on track financially and focus on your recovery.

It pays you a lump sum, which you can use however you’d like, including:

  • Out-of-pocket* medical costs such as deductibles, co-pays, or non-covered services.
  • Everyday living expenses, like babysitters, take-out food, and help with household duties.

*Benefits can be used for medical and non-medical purposes.

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Don’t have life insurance through your employer?

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Footnotes

Group Insurance coverages are issued by The Prudential Insurance Company of America, a Prudential Financial company, Newark, NJ.

The Prudential Insurance Company of America, Newark, NJ

For Compliance Use Only: 0292805-00005-00

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