Articles Under the Tag: Disability
Understanding your coverage can help you better prepare for the claims process before and after childbirth. Here are some tips to help.
Read this blog post to learn 5 things you may not have known about disability insurance.
If you are changing jobs or retiring, it’s important to know which benefits you can keep and which you’d lose.
Disability insurance policyholders can now receive expedited turnaround and an easier submission process for routine pregnancy claims.
When Lisa, a kindergarten teacher in Ohio, began thinking about having children, she decided to purchase AF™ Disability Income Insurance.
Insurance that’s often referred to as supplemental or voluntary is usually related to your health, but it is not health or medical insurance.
Spend some time each year during your enrollment period or after a qualifying life event to review your documents and make changes as needed.
In 2017, Autumn attended the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, and her world turned upside down.
If you purchased disability insurance before becoming pregnant and haven’t considered it in your birth plan, take note.
Explore the difference between the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML), and disability insurance.
The key differences between the two types of disability insurance policies are benefit periods and elimination periods. Learn more.
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