Long Term Disability

Long Term Disability Coverage

Serious illnesses or accidents can come out of nowhere. They can interrupt your life, and your ability to work for months ─ even years. Long term disability can pay up to 60% of your income, so you have financial support to manage your disability and your household.

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Financial protection when you’re unable to work

Bill was cleaning leaves out of his gutter, when he fell off the ladder and hurt his back. A trip to the ER confirmed he had four herniated discs and would need intensive physical therapy before he could return to work. Bill’s long term disability insurance paid a percentage of his lost income, while he worked to regain his strength.

Bill’s long term disability coverage paid 60% of his gross monthly income, until he was able to return to work.

Annual salary:  $69,600
Gross monthly earnings:  $5,800
Monthly benefit:  $3,480

He used the money to pay for:

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  • Mortgage payments
  • Child care costs
  • Utilities
  • Credit card bills


Forms and Brochures:

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