Archive For: Disability Insurance

AMA Disability Insurance for Physicians

Everyone should have disability insurance, no matter what type of work they do. But for physicians, this coverage is even more critical. If you become disabled and can’t work, disability insurance will help you cover your financial obligations. That way, you don’t have to deplete your savings account to pay the bills. As a physician with ... Read More

Does Disability Insurance Cover Mental Health?

When it comes to disability insurance, coverage limitations and higher premiums are still common for physicians who have dealt with mental health issues. Mental health coverage is an important consideration when choosing a long-term disability plan, even if you don’t consider yourself likely to ever need this type of coverage. ... Read More

Valerie King’s Story

When life happens, will you and your family be prepared? Find out how this single mother and ER doctor, Valerie King, M.D., managed when she found out she has ulcerative colitis. Need Coverage? Request a disability insurance comparison quote and get the lowest rates from only the top companies. Get ... Read More

Feranmi Okanlami’s Story

For physicians wondering why they need disability insurance, Feranmi Okanlami’s story is a personal example on how having coverage can save you from financial stress in a time of uncertainty. Get Free Disability Insurance Quotes Work with a disability insurance specialist and find the best coverage for you. Get Quotes Now ... Read More

2019 Disability Insurance Updates

Chances are you’ve been bombarded with messages of the importance of disability insurance for physicians. You have loans to repay, and are probably finally having the financial freedom to buy that car or house after living on a resident budget for years -so protecting your income is vital.   What ... Read More

Unpacking Short-Term vs. Long Term Disability Insurance for Doctors

For physicians, comprehensive disability insurance is the cornerstone of prudent financial planning. While no one anticipates suffering an unexpected illness or injury, disability claims are more common than you might think. It’s estimated that one third of American workers will experience a disability that prevents them from working at some point in their career.