Category Long Term Disability

6
May

Debunking the Most Common Long-Term Disability Insurance Myths

When was the last time you thought about what would happen to your family if you suddenly couldn’t work? If you have to think about it, then chances are, it’s been a while. The simple truth is that one out of every four workers will be diagnosed with a long-term disability before they reach the …

9
Aug

Invisible Disabilities And The Battles Within

Throughout the history of civilization, there have always been things that we did not understand— things that we believed to be real but couldn’t see. Faith, love— even germs all spring to mind though we may not have always had a scientific name for them. While the human race has come a long way from …

5
Apr

5 Most Common Long-Term Disability Claims

According to the Council for Disability Awareness, it is estimated that one out of every four Americans will find themselves diagnosed with a disability prior to retiring at the age of 65. Additional studies show that less than half of individuals and families have enough money saved to sustain their living expenses for even one …

14
Aug

The Underestimated Value of Long-Term Disability Insurance For Doctors

For many, the thought of investing in a long-term disability insurance policy may sound like an unnecessary expense. It is estimated that roughly 86 percent of Americans have desk jobs, therefore it is easy to understand why they might be under the impression that they have little to no chance of becoming disabled during the …

20
Oct

Long Term Disability vs. Long Term Care Insurance

Ensure you’re properly covered by learning the differences between long-term disability and long-term care insurance policies.

8
May

Long-Term vs. Short-Term Disability: What’s the Difference?

Understanding long-term and short-term disability can help take your family’s financial stability to the next level.

23
Feb

Meeting Financial Obligations After Disability: What’s Your Plan?

Plan ahead and purchase a disability insurance policy to get added peace of mind and protect yourself from financial loss after an unexpected disability.