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Disability Insurance

Steady income while you get back on your feet

Our advisors1 are here to guide you and help you find the coverage that’s right for your job and budget.

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1 855 896-9495

Whether you’re employed, self-employed or run your own business, a disability that leaves you unable to work is downright nerve-wracking.

You are your most valuable asset. What would happen if an accident or an illness suddenly prevented you from working? This is where disability Insurance comes into play. It gives you time to get back on your feet without worrying about income.

 



Why take out disability insurance?

To focus your health first
 

If an illness or injury prevents you from working, disability insurance helps cover your expenses by providing a monthly income.

Disability insurance not only protects you, but also your family and your business from the financial toll.

Your employer's coverage doesn't quite fit your needs? You can combine disability insurance with your group insurance to cover what's missing.

With the guidance of one of our advisors1, you choose the amount of the monthly benefit and the term of the coverage.

Our different options allow you to customize your coverage to suit your specific needs and budget.

The monthly income from disability insurance can help you stay on track with your retirement savings by maintaining payments even during your disability.

A snapshot of what their disability insurance might look like

Gabriel, construction worker

Gabriel2, a construction worker in Quebec City who earns $75,000 a year, took out disability insurance to cover all his expenses, such as bills and groceries, if he were to have an accident.

Monthly premium
$ 37.68
Coverage amount
$3,800 per month
Term
Short Term

A snapshot of what their disability insurance might look like

Naïma, self-employed hairdresser

Naïma3, a self-employed hairdresser in British Columbia with an annual income of $40,000, does not have group insurance. She wants to protect her income and her business in the event of disability. This monthly income allows her to cover her work-related expenses and more.

Monthly premium
$31.72
Coverage amount
$2,300 per month
Term
Short Term

A snapshot of what their disability insurance might look like

Paul, employed by a small company

Paul4, an administrative employee in Ontario with an annual salary of $65,000, works for a small company that does not offer benefits such as disability insurance. He decided to take out a policy to cover his loss of income in the event of disability.

Monthly premium
$25.54
Coverage amount
$3,000 per month
Term
Short term
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