Nearly half (47 percent) of adults with disabilities who are able to do aerobic physical activity do not get any. An additional 22 percent are not active enough. Yet only about 44 percent of adults with disabilities who saw a doctor in the past year got a recommendation for physical activity.
The data also show that ASD is almost five times more common among boys than girl which includes 1 in 42 boys versus 1 in 189 girls
And most that are diagnosed can receive life insurance if treatment stabilizes the condition as an adult.
Nearly one million in the US are living with Parkinson’s Disease. Those diagnosed also have questions about life insurance eligibility.
It’s no secret that many insurance fraud schemes involve murder, illicit activities, and mountains of debt. And of course, many involve idiots. Yes, people have been known to attempt the dumbest feats to get a quick payout, oftentimes getting caught in the process and facing probation, hefty fines, and time in the slammer.
If danger is part of your job, then you might want to buy insurance to decrease how risky your life is. We’re not talking about signing up for a basic insurance policy work provides, then skipping along to your hazardous occupation. We’re talking about contacting a high-risk specialist, and buying some individual life insurance and disability insurance to protect your family if you die before winning employee of the month.
One reason why you may purchase life insurance is to make sure your family is taken care of in the event that you pass away.
Many unexpected life events can render consumers incapable of earning the income needed in order to provide for their family.
Purchasing life insurance coverage can protect against the financial consequences of a death, while disability insurance may help your income endure short- or long-term injuries. A recent report by research organization LIMRA indicated that many consumers are not taking precautions against the latter.
Edward E. Graves, author of “McGill’s Life Insurance” says there are three methods a non-disabled person can employ to make sure their benefits are enough to support their income prior to a disability.
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