Professional pipefitters provide essential services for a wide range of needs, from sprinkler system installation to ongoing plumbing maintenance in commercial buildings and everything in between. In return, you earn a salary that falls between $31,000 and $83,000 per year.

From that salary, you’re required to meet your family’s financial obligations – mortgage payments, health insurance payments, and the like. What would happen if you couldn’t make those payments because you were out of work, though? Pipefitters disability insurance keeps you safe from that possibility.

Your Risk of Disability

Disability can strike anyone, at any time. It’s not just about physical injuries, either – medical conditions are the leading causes of disability in the United States. Conditions like back pain, diabetes, heart disease and cancer can be difficult or even impossible to defend against. When these conditions strike, you will be unable to work for weeks, even months at a time. Pipefitters disability insurance helps ensure that this does not mean falling behind on your bills.

How Disability Insurance Works

Not completely sure how disability insurance works? It’s not complicated, although finding the right policy can be a challenge. In essence, you will receive payments from your insurance company after you have missed a specific amount of time at work due to a qualifying disability. Those payments can be used for anything you need, from paying your mortgage payments to ensuring that your home’s electricity stays on to putting food on the table.

The most difficult aspect of dealing with disability insurance is finding the right insurer. You need to make an informed comparison of all your options, which can be very hard to do. We can help you. We have years of experience in helping working professionals compare insurers, disability insurance policies, disability insurance rates and other factors to arrive at an informed, accurate decision.

We invite you to get in touch with us today. Call us at 1-877-221-6198 or use the form on this page.