Disability Insurance Plans

You rely on your paycheck. If you find yourself unable to work, SureBridge disability plans provide cash benefits directly to you to help ease the financial stress.

It’s fast and easy to apply!

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Did You Know?

• Just over 1 in 4 of today's 20-year-olds will become disabled before they retire.*

• Insurance statistics show that only 9 percent of long-term disabilities actually resulted from serious accidents.*

Most people insure their health and possessions but few think to insure their most valuable asset – their income. SureBridge disability plans pay a monthly cash benefit for periods of total disability even if benefits are also paid under Workers’ Compensation. It’s your money, how you use it is up to you. The money can be used to pay unexpected medical costs or everyday living expenses.

Cash Benefits Can Be Used For

  • Copays or Coinsurances
  • Rent or Mortgage
  • Car Payments
  • Child Care
  • Everyday Living Expenses

How Does Disability Insurance Work?

You are unable to work.

Disabilities can be due to illness or injury that occur on or off-the-job.

Submit your claim.

Easily check the status of your claim online 24/7.

Receive your cash.

It’s your money, you decide how to use it.

Choose the Plan that Best Fits Your Needs and Budget

  • INCOME PROTECTION DIRECT:

    Pays monthly cash benefits directly to you for a physician-verified period of total disability caused by an illness or injury. The money can be used to pay unexpected medical costs or everyday living expenses.

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  • ACCIDENT DISABILITY DIRECT:

    Pays monthly cash benefits directly to you during times when an accidental injury results in total disability leaving you unable to work. The money can be used to pay unexpected medical costs or everyday living expenses.

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Let Us Help You Get the Coverage You Need

Combining supplemental insurance from SureBridge with a health insurance plan can provide an extra layer of financial protection to help you feel more comfortable with your insurance coverage.

Have Questions?

Still have questions about supplemental coverage? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions section for more information.

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