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Veterinarians Need Disability Insurance

If you're a veterinarian, has fantastic options to present you with short-term or long-term policies for own-occ. You'll never know when a personal injury or health issues will strike, but you can get ready for them by buying a plan to protect your income.

We also offer numerous riders to improve your worst-case scenario of falling victim to an unexpected incident and having to miss work. You can get extras that take into account living costs, medical expenses, hospital stay and critical illness bonuses, and various other riders. You may also choose how long you prefer your waiting period and benefit period to be for.

While you are nursing an injury, who is paying your bills? If you can’t work, you can’t earn, and you cannot maintain your standard of living. Don’t let this scenario ruin your day; purchase a plicy now.

Policy Riders

To select the most beneficial policy, Got DI compares the additional riders from top coverage providers. Riders are voluntary extras you may purchase to incorporate with your policies that increase benefits in certain situations. Listed here are some of the additional riders we feature:

Accident Medical Expense Rider
You select a maximum amount for the policy ($1,000, $2,000, $3,000, or $5,000) and we give you the sum as a cash compensation for medical-related expenses incurred following an injury.

Cost of Living Adjustment Rider
Typically only obtainable on long-term disability insurance providers, this rider increases your monthly benefit while you're disabled, to make sure that your benefits aren’t degraded by rising cost of living depending on the Consumer Price Index.

Critical Illness Benefits Rider
Certain diseases are more serious, so this rider pays up to $25,000 as a lump sum payment in case you are identified as having any of them.

SIS Benefits Rider
Social Insurance Supplement (SIS) Benefits are available only for long term disability insurance for individuals and pays claimants additional monthly benefits if they don't qualify for social insurance, like Worker’s Compensation or Social Security.