CNN reported a story about a teacher in Florida that was fighting cancer and did not have any sick days left.
Fortunately, other employees of his school donated their sick days so that he could have paid leave.
Within 4 days of finding out about their co-worker, the other employees of the school were able to donate enough to cover 1 whole semester for him.
He said that he was about 20 sicks days short of what he needed to finish his treatment.
When he found this out he posted it on Facebook asking for help, and that is when his colleagues came to his need.
He got an extra 75 sick days in total from the donations.
Goodman said that “he wasn’t surprised teachers were giving, they are giving all the time, and that he can’t wait to get back to work after hearing all of his students stories of how he positively influenced them”.
Goodman also said, “Anybody can get cancer, but not everyone is willing to help”.
Mr. Goodman ran out of sick days and had to rely on other people to donate theirs.
What if this were to happen to you?
Could you “hope” that people would come to your aid, or would you rather have a plan in place?
Cancer Insurance can provide you with the money you need to pay your expenses while you are unable to work.
It will pay you a cash benefit when diagnosed with cancer (the amount is determined by which policy you select).
You can either get a lump sum or payouts over time and use the money for whatever you need, such as:
- Housing payments
- Car Payments
- Bills and Deductibles
This can take away the extra stress of worrying about money while you are trying to get better.
In many cases, your health insurance will not cover all of your medical bills…
…and unlike health insurance…cancer insurance can be used for non-medical expenses as well.
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