Disability Insurance for Future Pro Football Players
Jan 12, 2013
Jamie Fleischner

Jamie Fleischner

12 Jan, 2013

Now that the NCAA football season is over, a lot of players are looking to the future to begin their professional career.

With all of the work it takes to make it to the professional level, it can all be lost in a moment with an injury.

Players can protect their earning power with a proper disability insurance policy designed specifically for professional athletes. If the player becomes injured and isn’t able to play, it will pay them directly so they can continue to support themselves and their lifestyle.

So when can future NFL players purchase this type of insurance? The answer is once they have been drafted and have a contract.

I receive a lot of calls from top players in the NCAA wanting to protect themselves. However, it is premature to purchase a policy prior to officially being drafted.

Once you have been drafted, you can purchase your disability policy.

For more information about disability insurance for professional athletes, NFL players or NCAA players, contact Set for Life Insurance today!

 

 

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