When you hear the word insurance you most likely think car, home, and life insurance. Most people do. The most forgotten form of insurance could possibly be the very thing to save you in the event of an accident.
It is recommended as an emergency fun that everyone is to have a minimum of 6 months’ worth of bill and sustainment money tucked away. The fact is that the majority of Americans live paycheck to paycheck with very little if any, savings.
This leaves you dependent on that next check coming in order to meet demands of car payments, electric bills, housing, food, gas and daily life. That is fine so long as you are healthy and able to work on a continual basis. But what would happen if an accident occurred and you became temporarily disabled, or worse permanently?
It isn’t something any of us want to think about. Disability insurance comes in right alongside life insurance falling under uncomfortable topics to discuss. They both are vital to your future potential wellbeing and the wellbeing of loved ones that they are brought out in the open and looked at.
If you were to become disabled for any length of time it would be a highly emotional super high-stress occurrence. The very last thing you need is financial worries on top of trying to meet the demands of healing and doctor’s appointments.
Talking with a Centennial Insurance Agent can put your mind at ease. They will discuss both types and options in disability policies. Long and short term. Your job and lifestyle will both be taken into consideration as well as age, health and other factors. It can cover not only accidents or injuries but life-threatening diseases like heart disease and cancer.
These policies pay you cash in the event you are unable to work due to a disability when you would need the support the most. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Be proactive and protect your lively hood and your health.
Give Centennial Insurance Services a call today 239-247-5125 and let us write up a customized quote that is right for your life and needs.
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