If you don’t Understand the Difference Between Short Term and Long Term Policy, You’ll Hate Yourself Later When You Are Unable to Work

Your employer may offer you both a short term and long term disability policy, what are they? What should you choose?Short and Long Term Disability

Short term disability policy normally pay 70-80% of your income for periods generally up to 6 months.

Long Term Disability policies will pay you 40-60% of your income and potentially can pay you benefits up to retirement so long as you meet the definition of disability.

Did you know that over 50% of all mortgage foreclosures and 20% of all personal bankruptcy in 2001 were caused by disability? You need to protect your income and your family’s well being.

If you have a choice, Pinellas and Hillsborough County certain long term disability attorney Nancy Cavey suggests that you get both short and long term disability coverage to protect your income.

If you have questions about which policy is right for you, you can order Nancy Cavey’s free no obligation book, Robbed of Your Peace of Mind. In this book it explains everything you need to know about your short term or long term disability claim.  If you have other questions, call us today at 727-894-3188.

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