Liferaft - Supplemental Insurance

Updated: Jan 16

EIA has partnered with Liferaft to provide Critical Illness, Hospital Supplement, Hospital Accident Insurance to our clients in a direct-to-consumer experience.

Even the best health insurance doesn't cover everything.


Hospital Supplement

Be prepared with accident and sickness insurance that helps cover your out-of-pocket expenses due to hospital stays.


An accident or sickness requiring a hospital stay is stressful enough without learning the limits of what's paid for by your health plan. Help reduce your out-of-pocket expenses from covered events with Hospital Supplement.


It's guaranteed-issue hospital indemnity insurance for those meeting age and residency requirements.


Critical Supplement

Receive cash benefits if you are diagnosed with a serious illness.


Life-changing health events can affect anyone at anytime. With Critical Supplement , you'll receive cash benefits if ever diagnosed with cancer, heart attack, stroke, or other illnesses, which can vary based on your plan selection.


It's guaranteed-issue indemnity insurance for those meeting age and residency requirements.


Accident Supplement

Receive cash benefits for medical expenses if you have an accident.


Accidents are unpredictable and can lead to high medical bills, which your insurance may not fully cover.


With Accident Supplement , you’ll receive cash reimbursements for eligible medical expenses. A deductible may apply before benefits are paid.


This is guaranteed-issue insurance for all individuals and their families.



Commissions are paid monthly

  • 40% of first year gross premiums

  • 5% of renewal gross premiums


Combine this with our Primary Virtual Care with Amaze Health for a 1-2 combo to help your clients


Like our other great products, you can turn on the product tile in your back office of your website and reach out to support@joineia.com receive your unique referral code for tracking. Check it out at www.4EIA.com for how it could work for your EIA website.

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