Disability Insurance Forum

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Learn how you can remain financially independent with disability insurance. Go through the solutions provided in the community.

What to do if your insurance agent refuses to pay you

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 03/18/2020 - 15:54

A year ago I had an unpleasant situation, a strong wind severely damaged my roof but because in my area no house suffered damage the insurance agency did not want to pay the insurance in their opinion it was a scam, I did not feel like going to court. Fortunately, I was able to find 24/7 emergency insurance adjuster help, thanks to them I have a new roof!
https://mckinleycompany.com/emergency-services/
What would you do in a similar situation ?

Financial solutions for the DISABLED

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sat, 08/24/2019 - 02:46

Business & Personal Loans, and leasing options available for qualified individuals and corporations.
Loans ranging from $50,000-$100,000,000.

Credit types welcome: A-D & E

We are interested in loaning to individuals and companies that Banks wont look at.Our passion is helping ones in need.We are based in the CANADA and USA,but willing to loan outside North America as well.

Interest Rates vary case to case, most range between 3%- 12%

No documentation to low documentation loans available depending on the needs of loan.

Handyman looking for disability insurance advice.

Submitted by Tug on Tue, 01/01/2019 - 08:02

I am an independent handyman who does mostly small jobs that the bigger plumbers and carpenters do not want to bother with. I have been doing this the last few years, after working with other handymen as an assistant. Each year I am getting more and more work, and my income is growing. In the last year, one friend fell from a roof, landing on a cement flower planter, another was diagnosed with cancer. Both of my friends are in bad shape, and did not have insurance. They are having a bad time financially, and I do not want to end up in the same boat if something happens.