Disability insurance provides you with financial security when an accident or illness causes you to
be disabled and unable to work or earn an income.
Benefits of Disability Insurance:
||Financial security when an accident or sickness causes you to be disabled.
How Disability Insurance works
Disability insurance replaces a portion of your income if you become unable, through injury or illness, to work.
Policies differ on how soon you would collect benefits and for how long. They also vary in whether disability benefits
are received if you can't perform the duties of your own occupation, a job in your field, or any job at all.
A life insurance benefit is usually payable in a lump-sum, and this payment ends the contract. Disability insurance
benefits are almost always payable on a monthly basis, while disability continues. Upon recovery from a disability, the
policy continues. Benefits could potentially be payable again for subsequent disabilities or for the recurrence of a prior
Why Do You Need Disability Insurance?
Most people are unaware of the startling disability statistics. Often they have purchased life insurance to protect
their families in the event of death.
In fact, the odds are far greater that a person will become disabled in a given year than that he or she will die. There
is at least an eight times greater chance of suffering a disability of at least 90 days as compared to the chances of
death (up to age 37). While death may be inevitable, disability is more probable at any given age.
How do I get Disability Insurance?
Please contact Peter McNally, Certified Financial Planner at McNally Financial and Insurance Group to find out about a Disability Insurance Policy that will fit your lifestyle.