Breast cancer disability insurance claim length average dropped by 2 weeks

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Survivors are heading back to work notably sooner than had previously been recorded. Claims on breast cancer disability insurance have been a top cause of this type of coverage for more than a decade. However, the length of those claims has been getting shorter. In fact, survivors have shortened their time off work by an average of about two weeks. In 2019, the average length of a short-term breast cancer disability insurance claim was 64 days. In 2010, that figure was 78 days. This shows a meaningful change in trends…

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What Sort of Insurance Do Athletes and Sports Teams Need?

Insurance Do Athletes and Sports Teams Need

As we all know, if you’re prepared to pay enough, you can insure just about anything. For example, actors regularly insure parts (or all) of their bodies for eye-watering sums. Some of the most famous examples of this include Heidi Klum, who insured her legs for $2 million each, Julia Roberts insured her teeth for $30 million, and Daniel Craig who insured his entire body for $9.5 million.  While this may seem a little vein, it actually makes good business sense. Actors use their bodies to make big money, so…

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Disability insurance for professionals: Yes, they need it

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Medical and legal professionals need this coverage as much as – if not more than – other professions. Professionals need disability insurance to provide them with income for maintaining their accustomed lifestyle until they receive medical clearance to return to work again. Illness is the leading reason for claims filed on disability plans. Professionals such as doctors, dentists, lawyers and others often overlook disability insurance. This is often because the coverage is associated with jobs requiring physical labor. However, an illness or injury can interrupt a doctor or lawyer’s capacity…

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Cigna and Oscar Insurance Partnership to Sell Small Business Health Plans

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The insurers have announced they will be launching the products in several U.S. markets. Cigna and Oscar Health have announced their intentions to launch small business health plans across a number of commercial markets in the United States. The partnership intends to move forward with the move together, letting them split the potential risk. Oscar is an insurance company best known for selling individual plans on the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges. The company has been seeking to broaden its offerings in a growing number of American individual and small business…

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4 Insurance Policies Everyone Should Have But Go Without

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The only sure thing in life is that it can be unpredictable. Accidents or illness can strike at any time. Guarding your home and future should be a necessity in any household budget. Although many people don’t think that insurance is necessary, when the unthinkable happens it is good to be protected. Even the most unlikely scenarios like being a victim of a home invasion can happen to anyone at any time. If you are injured and can no longer work it can be devastating financially, emotionally and physically. Having…

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Disability insurance fraud detection may soon include your social media posts

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Federal disability payment recipients may want to watch what they share on Facebook and Twitter. Disability insurance fraud detection efforts may soon include the right to view what payment recipients are posting on social media. Efforts by the Trump administration have been silently underway to make this access legally possible. The Trump administration’s efforts would allow the access and use of social media posts to aid in their efforts to detect disability insurance fraud. This would mean that people collecting Social Security disability benefits may have their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram…

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Woman saws off her hand in what may be shocking insurance policy fraud

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The woman was found to have purchased five different policies ahead of the incident. A woman who cut off her hand with a circular saw in January is now being accused of insurance policy fraud. Though it initially appeared to be a terrible accident, the Slovenian woman may actually have attempted to defraud several insurers.defau Police and prosecutors are attempting to determine if the event was a bad accident or flawed crime. The 21-year old woman was accused of insurance policy fraud in Slovenia when it was found that she…

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