As a coroner, you’re a vital part of your community, providing essential services. In return for those services, you’ll earn an income that probably falls between $20,000 and $105,000 per year. That income will be used to support your own life – it pays your mortgage payments, and ensures that you’re able to make your car payments. It pays for your education, and that of your children. However, you only earn an income so long as you are able to work. What happens if your ability to work is compromised?
The Need for Coroner Disability Insurance
Disability insurance is designed to do one thing, and one thing only. It provides you with financial protection should you find yourself unable to work for a lengthy period of time. You probably have sick time, vacation time and other types of paid time off that will cover you for a brief period, but what happens if you are out of work for several months? Coroner disability insurance provides you with a percentage of your monthly income for longer periods of missed work. Whether you’re ill or injured, the fact is that without an income, you have no means of meeting your financial obligations. Disability insurance makes sure that you can.
Of course, the real challenge here is finding the right coroner disability insurance provider. There are plenty of insurers out there, but not all of them are right for your needs. We can help you compare companies, coverage terms and policies to discover the perfect combination for your specific budget and income protection needs. We’ve worked with medical clients for a very long time, and we have partnerships with insurers you know and trust.
We invite you to call us today at 1-877-221-6198 to learn more or to start the process. You can also use the convenient form on this page if you’d prefer.