As industry experts and benefit brokers discuss the continuing rise of voluntary benefits — such as critical illness and accident insurance — to fill the gaps left by more and more consumer driven health plans, there are other more non-traditional voluntary products waiting in the wings that benefit advisers should be aware of. Rob Shestack, senior vice president and national practice leader for voluntary benefits at AmWins Group Benefits in North Kingstown, R.I., says there are three unconventional products his practice is “seeing a lot more of.”

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