Oncologists play important roles in helping patients with cancer see positive health outcomes. If you work as an oncologist, you likely also earn a substantial annual income, somewhere between $90,000 and $330,000 per year. You’ll use that income to support your family and ensure that you’re able to enjoy a good quality of life. You may also use it to support your medical practice in some instances. However, there’s the potential for disaster – a single disability could leave you without that income for weeks or even months. The good news is that oncologist disability insurance can help.

Why Do You Need Disability Insurance?

Not entirely sure why you might need another type of insurance, in addition to the several types you already carry? Simply put, none of your other insurance policies do what disability insurance can do. With oncologist disability insurance, you do not need to worry that being out of work for weeks or months will negatively impact your financial situation or stability. And, make no mistake, you are definitely at risk for a disability. In fact, if you’re near the age of 40, you automatically have a one in five chance of being disabled for at least three weeks before you even turn 65. Health and lifestyle factors only compound that risk level.

How to Choose the Right Oncologist Disability Insurance

So, how do you choose the right disability insurance for your needs? What factors are at play? What considerations should be made with the policy, or even the insurer in question? There’s a lot to think about there, but we can help. For years, we’ve helped medical professionals like you find and compare their options, choose between various coverage amounts and types, and benefit from the protection offered by disability insurance.

Ready to find the protection you need for peace of mind? Get in touch with us today by calling 1-877-221-6198 or use the form on this page to drop us a line.