Insurance for Disabled – Disability Insurance in South Dakota
According to the U.S. Social Security Administration, just over 1 in 4 of today’s 20-year-olds will become disabled before they retire, while over 37 million Americans are classified as disabled. Knowing what disability benefits are, including social security disability benefits can help you. However, investing in a disability insurance plan is also important.
At Midwest Employee Benefits, we offer quality insurance for the disabled. These are Group Long Term Disability insurance, Group Short Term Disability insurance and Individual Long-Term Disability insurance. Some policies pay for your disability until you’re 65 years old.
Group Short Term Disability
Group short term disability insurance provides benefits to eligible employees who are injured or sick and unable to work. It provides an employee with some benefits while they’re out on disability. The typical length for this short-term life and disability insurance is 3-6 months.
At Midwest Employee Benefits, we work with you to ensure you provide the best plan possible for your employee.
Group Long Term Disability
If the group short term disability insurance expires and an employee is still injured, the group long term disability plan kicks in. An employee receives a percentage of their salary while they’re out on long term disability. The benefits last until an employee can go back to work or for the number of years stated in the policy.
At Midwest Employee Benefits, we work with you to ensure you provide the best disability insurance plan possible for your employee.
Individual Long Term Disability.
If you are severely injured or sick and unable to work, long term disability is an option for you. While you are out on disability, you are able to receive a percentage of your salary until you’re able to go back to work or for the number of years stated in the policy. Reach out to us today to learn about our life and disability insurance plans.