We’re firmly within the digital age today, and every single business on the planet needs a web presence. That puts your web design skills in high demand. You can work with small businesses, focus on serving the needs of local firms, work with big businesses and more. As a web designer, you can earn somewhere between $24,000 and $65,000 per year for your efforts.
That income is needed to meet your personal and professional financial obligations. You’ll need to pay your house and car payments, your utility bill and more. You’ll also need to keep up to date on the latest design trends, software and the like. If you own your own design firm, you’ll have business-related costs to consider.
What happens to you if you’re unable to meet those obligations because you’re ill or have been injured, and can’t work? Web designer disability insurance provides you with protection.
Why You Need Protection
Why do you need to be protected from disabilities? If you’re like most people, you assume that disabilities really only affect those in dangerous occupations. Web design is anything but that. The truth is that medical conditions are actually the leading causes of disability in the US. Think heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer to name just a few.
You are at risk for those, even if you’re not in physical danger while on the job. Web designer disability insurance works to prevent you from suffering financial fallout if you cannot work because of a disability.
It can be difficult to choose the right web designer disability insurance policy, though. That’s where we can help. We’ve spent years working with professionals just like you to ensure they can make accurate choices and decisions regarding their financial protection. We can help you compare insurance policies, compare quotes and rates from top US insurers and understand your options.
Call us today at 1-877-221-6198 or use the form on the right of this page to contact us.