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Critical Illness Insurance

BMO also offers Critical Illness Insurance options that will help you cope if you are diagnosed with a covered condition. Life Recovery Plus is the insurance that will help you get back on your feet after a serious illness (such as cancer or heart attack), while Living Benefits will assist you during treatment and recovery.

Living Benefits Plan
Living Benefit 10 and 20 plans Living Benefit 75 and 100 plans
Automatic renewal of your 10 or 20-year plan until you are 75 without needing to take medical exams. Coverage to age 75 or 100.
Covers 25 life-threatening medical conditions (including cancer, heart attack and stroke). Covers 25 life-threatening medical conditions (including cancer, heart attack and stroke).
Can be converted to a permanent Living Benefit 75 and 100 plans. Premiums will never increase.
Coverage amounts from $25,000 - $2,000,000. Coverage amounts from $25,000 - $2,000,000.
Life Recovery Plus
Basic Plan Enhanced Plan
Ages 18 – 60. Ages 18 – 60.
Coverage until 70th birthday Coverage until 70th birthday
Total cash benefits up to $25,000 Total cash benefits up to $50,000

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Life Insurance pays a sum to the beneficiary of the insured’s policy in the event the insured dies during the term of the policy.

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Critical Illness Insurance pays a benefit to the insured in the event the insured is diagnosed with a predefined illness during the term of the policy.

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