Disability Insurance for CRNA Nurse Anethetists
Sep 1, 2011
Jamie Fleischner

Jamie Fleischner

1 Sep, 2011

CRNA Nurse Anesthetists are familiar with the risks involved when working.  A simple injury or a sickness could prevent a nurse anesthetist to perform their job duties.

 That’s where disability insurance comes in. Disability insurance is designed to pay a monthly benefit in the event you become too sick or injured to work.

 What CRNAs should look for in an individual disability insurance policy:

 ·         Own Occupation Definition of Disability. This definition states that if due to sickness or injury you can’t work in your occupation, you will receive your benefits. Additionally, there is no reduction in benefits if you decide to work in another occupation.

  • ·         Increase options. This allows you to increase benefits in the future without going through any further medical underwriting.
  • ·         Residual Rider. This pays a partial benefit if you have a partial loss of income.
  • ·         Discounts. Set for Life Insurance has discounts available nationally for CRNA Nurse Anethetists. These discounts range from 15-40% depending on your location and gender.

 For more information about disability insurance for CRNA Nurse Anethetists, please contact the Set for Life Insurance office today to request a comprehensive quote comparison personalized just for you.

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