A Paramedical Examination is required as a routine part of an Own-Occupation Physician Disability or Life Insurance application. The results from the exam are an important component of your personal policy. Here’s what to expect, and a few tips to keep in mind.
Both short-term and long-term physician disability insurance are designed to provide income replacement to you in the event you are not able to work due to injury or sickness. The difference between these two types of policies is the amount of time they are designed to sustain your income. But when, exactly, would your disability fall under short-term or long-term?
We understand your primary motivation to obtain physician disability insurance is most likely to protect your loved ones. We also understand you want to care for your loved ones even after your passing. You may think of us for disability insurance, but we also have extensive experience with term life insurance. Here’s a quick overview of term life insurance, and why you may want to consider both types of insurance at the same time.
When a physician who owns his or her own practice comes to one of our agents, the breadth of coverage to consider is often not understood. Being able to keep your business doors open and your operation running at full capacity while you are disabled shouldn’t be overlooked or disregarded so easily. There is coverage available that can help minimize the toll business expenses can take not only on your practice, but on your financial situation at home, too.
We have all been there before… a long line at the grocery store, the never ending wait at the DMV. Well, with acquiring Disability Insurance, you don’t have to dread the underwriting process any longer if you follow these simple rules.