Physician Disability Insurance Articles

The Dos & Don’ts of Buying Disability Insurance for Physicians

Beginning early in their careers, physicians are commonly coached into purchasing individual disability insurance during training or shortly after. Regardless of the reasoning for this, physicians should follow basic guidelines in order to avoid purchasing coverage that does not provide adequate income protection. This article highlights six DOs and DON’Ts for physicians to consider when purchasing individual disability insurance.

Applying For Disability Insurance During Medical Residency

When applying for individual disability insurance, new physicians are provided with Special Limit Programs which are specifically designed for the unique needs of the medical professional. This article aims to explain the individual disability insurance benefit amounts for which physicians should expect to qualify based on Special Limit Programs, when applying during or shortly after medical training.