Statistics provide us with vital insight into any topic under the sun, and statisticians, those tasked with researching and compiling statistics, can earn a good living for providing us with that data. In the US, the average annual salary for a statistician is somewhere between $45,000 and $125,000.

Of course, out of that, you have to meet your household’s financial obligations – mortgage payments, car payments, education payments and the like. You might also need to meet financial obligations for your consulting business in some instances. What happens to those responsibilities if you’re forced out of work due to an injury or illness, though? Statistician disability insurance can make that possibility easier to deal with.

Will Disability Strike?

Most Americans feel that they’re safe from disabilities, but that’s not the case. In fact, up to one-third of the US workforce will ultimately find themselves disabled before they reach the age of retirement. You have a one in five chance of being disabled for at least three weeks before you reach the age of 65, just by being close to 40 years old right now. Add to that lifestyle factors, heredity and other risks, and your chance for a disability rises dramatically. It’s also important to understand that the leading disabilities in the US are not related to injuries, but to medical conditions – arthritis, diabetes complications, heart disease and cancer.

The challenge is finding the right insurance policy for your needs. Insurers have dramatically different definitions of what a disability is, and you need to make an informed comparison of your options when it comes to choosing a disability insurance policy. That’s where we come in. We give you the ability to make a side-by-side comparison of insurers, insurance policies, coverage areas, terms and more.

If you’re ready to take the next step, call us today at 1-877-221-6198 or use the form on this page.