As a neurologist, you enjoy a significant annual income. That income plays a vital role in ensuring that your practice can grow, and that your family lives comfortably. However, what would happen if your income were to decrease, or vanish? Investing in neurologist physician disability insurance to protect your financial stability is a wise idea.
Disabilities and You
Most medical professionals are realistic about their level of health, but few truly understand the vast potential for disabilities to strike. As an example, for those currently age 40 or so, there is a one in five chance of experiencing a disability lasting at least three weeks by the time you turn 65. That statistic does not take into account any other factors, such as lifestyle, preexisting conditions, fitness level, hereditary health concerns and the like. In short, we are all more prone to disabilities than we would like to believe. Thankfully, neurologist physician disability insurance can help protect you, your family, and your practice in this instance.
Why Neurologist Physician Disability Insurance?
Why invest in yet more insurance when you already have so many policies in place? In simple English, none of your other insurance policies do anything about lost income when you’re forced out of work due to a disability. Yes, they will pay for things like hospitalization and medications in the case of your health insurance, or auto repair and injury treatment in the case of your auto insurance. Not one of those policies can offset a loss of income, though. Only neurologist physician disability insurance offers that protection.
How do you choose the right disability insurance plan? Which insurer is right for you? This is where we can help. We give you the ability to compare rates from some of the top-ranked disability insurance companies in the US. We will also help guide you through the process, and explain the different options available to protect your income.
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