Disability Insurance for Mechanics in District of Columbia
Considerations for Mechanics
Mechanics have special risk considerations due to the physical and cognitive demands of the occupation. There are also hazards that may contribute to the risk, not only due to accidents but illness as well due to exposure to chemicals and heavy machines. One of the most important, and overlooked factors is that a mechanic can easily be disabled from being a mechanic, yet be able to perform another occupation but not earn as much money. How to protect these earnings, and the choice to work depending on individual circumstances, are the objectives of owning a personal income protection policy.
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This is an insurance solicitation per regulations issued by the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities & Banking 1050 First Street, NE, 801 Washington, DC 20002 (202) 727-8000 #https://disb.dc.gov/# ;insurance license # 3000085
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