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Disability Insurance Graphic Series

Use this graphic series on your social media pages to connect with your audience.

Disability

Disability Insurance Graphic #1

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“What would you do if you couldn’t work? Your most valuable asset isn’t your house, your car, or even your retirement account. It’s the ability to make a living. Disability insurance pays part of your income if you can’t work for an extended period because of an illness or injury. If you don’t have disability insurance or have questions about it, I can help! Send me a Facebook message or call my office for a no-obligation coverage review.”

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Disability Insurance Graphic #3

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“What’s the difference? Both Long-term (think years) and short-term (think months) Disability Insurance protects your paycheck — and by extension, your family — if you can’t work due to illness or injury, but which one do you actually need? The truth is, probably both as they work best in tandem. That’s because long-term disability insurance doesn’t kick in right away, there’s usually an elimination period you’ll need to wait out, so your Short-term Disability Insurance will work for you until then. If you’d like to learn more, send me a Facebook message or call my office for a no-obligation Disability Insurance coverage review.”

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Disability Insurance Graphic #5

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“Before you start receiving benefits after filing a claim, you will need to wait out an elimination period or a waiting period, which lets the insurance company monitor your progress in case you recover from your disability before the carrier is liable to pay you benefits. Under a short-term policy, the elimination period may be only a few weeks. But under a long-term policy, the elimination period is usually around 90 days, although shorter elimination periods may be offered for a higher premium. If you’d like to learn more about Disability Insurance, reach out to me for a no-obligation Disability Insurance coverage review.”

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Disability Insurance Graphic #2

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“It’s easy to pretend accidents or illnesses won’t happen to you, but the odds aren’t exactly in your favor. Research shows that around 25% of all 20-year-olds will become disabled before they retire. That’s one in four people, a scary stat, but with Long-Term Disability Insurance, or LTD, there’s a way to at least set up a safety net. LTD provides coverage if you’re going to be out of work for a long period of time, due to illness or injury. Send me a Facebook message or call my office for a no-obligation Disability Insurance coverage review.”

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Disability Insurance Graphic #4

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“How much Disability Insurance coverage you need is dependent on your current income. That is, how much money you’ll need to maintain your standard of living, as well as pay for any medical expenses that aren’t covered by your health insurance, if you become disabled and lose your regular wages. If you’d like to find the right coverage for your specific needs, send me a Facebook message or call my office for a no-obligation Disability Insurance coverage review.”

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Disability Insurance Graphic #6

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“Self-employed workers usually don’t have the luxury of missing work. If you’re not working, you’re not getting paid, right? If you get disabled and can’t earn an income, disability insurance can help pay the bills. Long-term disability insurance (LTDI) provides income protection, bringing in money when you can’t work so that you’re able to continue to pay your bills as well as keep your business out of danger. It’s important to have, and you should make sure it’s affordable. I can help. Send me a Facebook message or give my office a call.”

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