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Disability Insurance

Not everyone will be fortunate enough to pass through life free of complications. However, many people, through medical issues or unexpected tragedies, will end up with temporary or permanent disabilities that will leave them unable to work for their living. In these cases, individuals may benefit from disability insurance.


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Protecting From The Unexpected

Disability insurance is designed to provide a living for individuals who are currently unable to earn a living for themselves. Disability insurance can be short-term or long-term depending on the nature of the disability and is based on the potential earnings of the individual.

Short-Term Disability Insurance

Short-term disability insurance covers injuries or conditions that are temporary by nature. Short-term disability insurance can grant up to 70% of the individual’s average wages for up to a year. Additionally, short-term disability insurance is also the quickest policy type to pay out. Short-term disability benefits can be acquired as soon as a few weeks after the disability begins.

Long-Term Disability Insurance

Long-term disability is designed for more permanent injuries or conditions that will prevent the individual from earning a working wage. Long-term disability has a lower pay rate than short-term disability but lasts for years, sometimes even until the individual reaches the age of retirement. Long-term disability does also take longer to begin paying out, often over a month while the extent of the disability is assessed.

Fighting to Keep Medical Rights

If you have a malpractice claim and need to seek coverage under disability insurance, you will need the help of an experienced medical malpractice law attorney. A private defense attorney is able to focus completely on your case and get you the best possible outcome.

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Disability Insurance Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is disability insurance?

Disability insurance is a type of liability coverage that pays out in the event that an individual is unable to work due to a physical or mental disability. There are two main kinds of disability insurance: short-term and long-term disability insurance. In general, the length of time the disability will determine the type of insurance that applies.

2. Can I file a disability insurance claim?

If an individual pays for an insurance policy that includes disability insurance, then it is possible to file a claim. A disability claim will require demonstration of the disability and the insurance adjustor to agree that the claim is valid.

3. Who can file a disability insurance claim?

In general, anyone who has disability insurance can file a claim. The limiting factor of filing disability insurance claims is whether or not the individual has a qualifying individual that will prevent them from working and earning a living. If qualified, disability insurance will give some portion of the individual’s pay for a certain period.

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