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We specialize in disability insurance for dentists and physicians. Learn more about the services we offer.

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Disability Income Insurance

Disability insurance protects your ability to earn income as a dentist or physician, should you become disabled. We work the top insurance carriers in the industry, giving us the freedom to recommend a range of options to you.

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Life Insurance

We guide you in understanding how much insurance you need, and the advantages of choosing life insurance along with disability insurance. Protect your family and core assets with a policy you can be confident in.

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Malpractice Insurance

We have years of experience in consulting, and hold a Property Casualty license for malpractice. Loyall acts as a guide for our clients, offering neutral counsel on a range of carriers. While we don’t write policies, we can recommend any national writer of malpractice insurance, regardless of which state you live in.

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Disability insurance doesn't have to be complicated.

Use the elements below as a starting point for choosing your policy.

1. Financial Strength

Start by knowing your insurance carrier’s financial strength and how willing they are to pay for a claim. A helpful trick is to take a peek at their COMDEX score.

2. Policy Language

Look for policy language that’s non-cancellable and guaranteed renewable. Knowing the meaning behind Total Disability & Residual can go a long way.

3. Limitations & Exclusions

Even a few words can drastically change your outcome. Make sure to take note of both the Mental Nervous and Act of War exclusions when reviewing your policy.

4. Future Increase Options

One of the most important factors is the the amount of flexibility you have should your circumstances change. Keep your eyes peeled for maximum flexibility and control.

5. Student Loan Rider

The student loan rider allows you to meet your student loan needs should you become sick or injured—and that means peace of mind.

1. Financial Strength

2. Policy Language

3. Limitations & Exclusions

4. Future Increase Options

5. Student Loan Rider

Start by knowing your insurance carrier’s financial strength and how willing they are to pay for a claim. A helpful trick is to take a peek at their COMDEX score.

Look for policy language that’s non-cancellable and guaranteed renewable. Knowing the meaning behind Total Disability & Residual can go a long way.

Even a few words can drastically change your outcome. Make sure to take note of both the Mental Nervous and Act of War exclusions when reviewing your policy.

One of the most important factors is the the amount of flexibility you have should your circumstances change. Keep your eyes peeled for maximum flexibility and control.

The student loan rider allows you to meet your student loan needs should you become sick or injured—and that means peace of mind.