Disability & BOE Insurance
Why You May Need to Think Again about Your Disability Protection
If you can’t work, how will you pay your personal and practice expenses? Disability insurance benefits will help replace a portion of your personal income until you can get back to work. If you already have some coverage, are you sure your monthly benefit will be enough to cover your expenses?
We have exclusive options for TMA members with discounts of up to 20% for the life of the policy. We also offer plans from many of the leading carriers in Texas.
Are you just looking to supplement the disability insurance you already have? TMA members can easily apply for a benefit of up to $4,000/month without having to qualify for coverage based on their income or take into account any other coverage they have.
As a practice owner, you're responsible for paying monthly overhead expenses to keep your business running. If you become disabled, your personal disability insurance won't be enough to cover both your personal expenses and business operating expenses.
Business Overhead Expense insurance covers office overhead expenses such as rent, salaries, utilities, taxes and more. It will also cover the salary of a locum tenens physician to care for patients while you recover.
If an employee becomes ill or injured, their health emergency could quickly turn into a personal financial disaster. Group short-term disability and group long-term disability insurance will help them get by while they recover physically. Furthermore, by offering group disability insurance, your medical practice will have a distinct competitive advantage for attracting and retaining the best staff.
Our disability advisors are available weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. CST to answer your questions, review your current insurance coverage, and help you get coverage for you, your family, and your practice. Call us at 1-800-880-8181.Click to Call
TMA members looking for individual disability insurance can apply online for the TMA Member Long Term Disability Plan issued by The Prudential Insurance Company of America. To get started quickly and easily click below.Click to Apply