How many of you struggle with legal talk? How many of you would be prepared if you had to take legal action due to an unexpected medical emergency? I for one know NOTHING when it comes to legal mumble jumble, so when I found out one of the voluntary benefit options through many employer insurance plans is a Legal Services Plan, I had to have my husband look into it since hiring an attorney on the spot can be rather pricy! Better safe than sorry right 🤷🏼♀️ Legal services plans provide access to a network of attorneys that can assist with a variety of common legal issues. Legal plans can make financial sense as average attorney’s fees now average over $300 an hour!!!
If a Legal services plans isn’t included in your current insurance plan, the good news is most employers offer open enrollment in the fall! So get those insurance plans in check and make sure your family is prepared if things were to take a turn for the worst.
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If you became disabled, and were unable to work, what would you do? It’s a scary thought for sure, but at least one in four of today’s 20-year-olds will become disabled at some point before they retire, according to the Council on Disability Awareness (CDA). The organization also reports that more than 2.6 million working age Americans experienced a disabling injury or illness just in the first half of 2017 alone. So how can you protect you and your family if you are unable to work due to an accident or illness? Either short term or long term disability insurance through your employer could be the answer. We all have bills to pay, so how important is your paycheck to you? How important is it to your family? Read more here about 3 things you need to know. #ad http://bit.ly/2xDzXHU
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Family is the most important thing in my life and I’m sure it is for you! According to the Council on Disability Awareness (CDA), at least one in four of today's 20 year olds will become disabled at some point before they retire. What would you do if you became disabled? #ad
How would your family be protected and supported due to an accident or illness? The answer to this question might be short term or long term disability insurance through your workplace. #OpenEnrollment is a period of time every year that will allow you to make changes to your employee benefit selections. Stay on the lookout for communications from your employer. Make sure to educate yourself about the options available to you and don’t wait until the last minute to enroll. Think of your personal situation, such as marriage, kids or what responsibilities will you or do you have? I personally feel like you can’t be too cautious when it comes to supporting your family. You have to be prepared for the worst situations should they arise. Learn more about disability insurance here - http://bit.ly/2fDOLiP #MetLife#BenefitsofBenefits#IC
No one wants to think about suddenly becoming disabled and being unable to work, but with more than 2.6 million Americans having experienced a disabling injury or illness just in the first half of 2017 alone, according to the Council for Disability Awareness, it is important to be prepared.
Both short and long term disability insurance options may be available through your employer and can replace a portion of your income until you can return to work, with short term coverage lasting about three months and long term coverage for an average period of two and a half years if you remain disabled!
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I plan for everything...even unexpected illness! You see, we've had friends that have recently been diagnosed with critical illnesses and it's been such a shock! Because of this, the hubs and I sat down and talked about what we would do if an unexpected illness occurred in our family. For us, the smart choice was Critical Illness Insurance! With coverage for a range of serious illnesses and lump-sum payment to use as you wish, it's the security our family needs! Find out more about why you should consider this important benefit: http://bit.ly/2x2idkS #BenefitsofBenefits#IC#MetLife#OpenEnrollment#ad
They might drive me crazy at times, but I do love my family! I couldn’t imagine life without them and pray nothing happens, but with everything going on in the world today, you just honestly never know. .
This is why it is so important to be prepared! Experts recommend that you have life insurance coverage equal to 7X your annual salary. Life insurance is one of those things you hope you never really need, but it sure is wonderful to have the peace of mind from having it. .
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