Insuring Your Most Valuable Asset: Your Career

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By Lisa Johnson Mandell, Posted May 13th 2011 @ 3:12AM on www.aol.com. Auto insurance? Check. Health insurance? Check. Home insurance? Check. Life Insurance? Check. Disability insurance? Er…not so fast. If you’re like most Americans — about two thirds — you’re about tapped out just covering your material possessions, paying student bills or saving for your kids’ future, maybe even putting …

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Lessons From National Disability Insurance Awareness Month Apply Year-Round

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Special to Sections of the ABA from the American Bar Endowment (www.abendowment.org) as printed May 16, 2011 Each year in March Lifehappens.org sponsors Disability Insurance Awareness Month (DIAM), but the lessons from DIAM apply year-round, and may be important for ABA members to learn more about. Just ask any financial advisor what risk could be called “the forgotten risk,” and, …

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Vascular Sugeon Disability Insurance

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As a vascular surgeon,   it is important to protect your future earnings.  When shopping for a disability policy, it is important to find a policy that will cover you if you are too sick or injured to work as a vascular surgeon.  This is referred to as own occupation or specialty specific definition of disability. Different companies have different titles for …

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Insurance Planning for Graduating Medical Residents Pursuing Locum Tenens Work

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March 23, 2010 Congratulations!  Graduation is around the corner and the next phase of your life is beginning. You spent years training, and invested substantial resources to acquire your profession.  You now stand to reap the personal and financial benefits of your chosen field of medical practice.  As part of your transition planning, it is important to ensure you have …

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