Majority of Consumers Concerned About Financial Impact of Becoming Disabled
During Disability Insurance Awareness Month this May, study finds concern is more pronounced with younger generations.
Recent Disability Insurance News
Disability Insurance Awareness Month resources available to producers
This year’s theme for the campaign is: “Rethink disabilities. Rethink disability insurance.”
COVID-19 a top cause of disability for U.S. workers
Disability claims for behavioral health on the rise according to internal data from Unum.
New short-term DI product launched for mid- and lower-income families
Haven Disability can be purchased through an entirely online application.
Disability Insurance takes center stage in May
Scott Rider returns as DIAM spokesperson for annual awareness campaign featuring resources for agents.
Communicating the value of Individual Disability Insurance to clients
Advisors are uniquely positioned to offer their clients financial solutions to help guide them through times of uncertainty
Critical Illness Awareness Month takes over where Life Insurance Awareness left off
Campaign says 75% of adults over age 40 will be diagnosed with a critical illness in their lifetime.
Supplemental Health, DI and LTC Conference Goes Virtual
2020 event set for Aug. 5-6 in an exclusively virtual format due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
United Life enters Critical Illness market with exclusive plan through AACII
New product offered exclusively through the American Association for Critical Illness insurance will offer consumers affordable options for cancer-only or CI insurance coverage.
Reality Check: May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month
Consumers all too often need a reality check when it comes to protecting their family’s financial future, and DIAM can provide it.
Millennials poised to spur major growth in Critical Illness market?
Jesse Slome says Millennials ready to take the torch from Boomers, which could be a boon for CI at the expense of life insurance.