New Individual Disability Insurance Guidelines for Governmental Employees
Oct 5, 2009
Jamie Fleischner

Jamie Fleischner

5 Oct, 2009

It has been difficult for state and federal employees to acquire individual disability insurance.  Companies typically offer up to $2000/month benefit even if no group disability insurance benefifs were offered by the employer.

Recently, a few companies have announced they will ease those guidelines. Some will offer the same amount of benefit available to non-governmental employees. Some companies will offer supplemental plans.

If you are a state, federal, instutional or governmental employee and would like more information about individual disability insurance, please contact us today.

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