Worried about Paralysis?

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  1. You learn you have a covered illness or condition, like Paralysis
  2. Submit your claim.
  3. You receive a cash benefit.

Critical Insurance designed for you

  • Instant decision — no medical exams or labs — for benefit amounts from $5,000 to $75,000
  • Full underwriting for benefit amounts from $75,001 to $500,000
  • Additional payments if diagnosed with another illness after six months
  • Guaranteed renewable for life
  • Purchase more options for an additional cost, such as a return of your premium or an automatic increase to your benefit amount

Let HealthQuoteHero save you time, money, and be your trusted source of
health insurance information.

Paralysis

Paralysis is a loss of nerve function or muscle power resulting in an inability to move. When nerve cells in the brain or other parts of the body are damaged by injury or disease, the body parts controlled by those nerve or brain cells do not function.

The damage may cause mild or severe loss of function and may be temporary or permanent. The degree of paralysis depends on:

  • Which nerve cells are damaged and, when paralysis is caused by brain damage, how much of the brain is involved.
  • How quickly the blood supply returns to the area, how quickly pressure is taken off the nerve, or how soon the disease causing the problem is corrected.