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It is human nature to accumulate; we accumulate material possessions, we accumulate wealth and we accumulate wisdom. We are vastly concerned with retaining our assets, so financial protection for these assets is generally thought of as a wise strategy.
We buy homeowners insurance to protect our homes, but did you know that around 60% of home foreclosures are due to bankruptcies caused by medical expenses, and around 80% of those people had health insurance?
We buy life insurance to protect our families, but did you know that the chances of us becoming sick or injured and unable to work for an extended period of time is anywhere from 3 to 7.5 times greater (depending upon age) than that of dying before age 65?
Disability Insurance is one of a very few types of insurance that pays the insured. Without it, a disability can mean the liquidation of one’s assets, a loss of all things accumulated and things yet to be acquired.