What are Your Odds of becoming Disabled?

 

1. Nearly one in three people, ages 35 to 65, will suffer a disability that will prevent them from working for at least 90 days.

2. One in seven people between the ages of 35 and 65, will become disabled for five years or more.

3. The average duration of disability for people between the ages of 40 and 55, whose disability is longer than 90 days, is MORE THAN FOUR YEARS.

4. During your working years, it is more likely you will face a disability than death. For a 35-year-old male, the odds are nearly 2 to 1. For a 35-year-old female, the odds are nearly 3 to 1.

Individual disability insurance is extremely important in case you are ever in an accident. Contact us for more information.

 
 
 
 
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  Business Overhead Coverage

This often overlooked protection helps protect partnerships by offering a monthly benefit to pay regular reoccurring bills in the case of a disability.
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  Disability Buyout Coverage

Long-term disabilities can have a major financial impact on practices with multiple partners. Buyout coverage offers financial protection to all affected.
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