Disability Insurance, Tailored to You

As a medical professional we know you have poured your heart and soul into your education and career. It’s more than a job, it’s your passion. Being unable to practice due to injury or sickness means more than just not making an income. It means putting on hold the thing that you love. At Policy Wizards, we understand this and we’re here to support you if the worst should happen. Our disability insurance plans are as diverse as you and are tailored to fit your needs. So if you’re a surgeon working in the ER, a dentist in the office, or out in the field working in developing country we make it easy to choose the type of coverage that suits your needs.

“Disability Insurance Just For You”

There are four main factors that go into how your policy will be priced: Your health, your age, your sex, and your occupation. The type of job you have within the medical field can be just as important as your health when it comes to your premiums. Do you work night shifts? Are you on your feet most of the day? Are you doing lots of heavy lifting? Perhaps you have a long commute to work. Or maybe you’re a rock climber on the weekends. Your day to day activities as well as your hobbies can affect what the best policy is for you, and we’re here to help you navigate all your choices. Income is also important when deciding which disability insurance plan is right for you. Some insurance companies place a great deal on income while others do not. We want to make sure you get the best possible rate on your insurance that meets all of your needs.

If you’ve worked for many years in your field with no major injuries or illnesses then you’ll be eligible for better rates. Working full-time also works in your favor. If you have a substantial work history in your industry then we can offer you the best premiums. Disability insurance for medical professionals is not like insuring other working professionals. We’re here to make sure you get the best coverage at the best price. We’ll protect you so you can continue protecting others with medical care.

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