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Four Out of Five Disability Income Insurance Claimants are Satisfied With Their Policy
Date:6/5/2008

e event of a disability was a motivation for purchasing disability insurance.

Many adults who have received disability insurance benefits (68 percent) said they would go to an HR representative with their employer for information about disability insurance. About half (45 percent) would go to an insurance agent, and 43 percent would turn to the internet for information. A quarter (26 percent) would go to a knowledgeable friend, colleague or family member and one in six (17 percent) would go to a financial advisor.

More information about this survey can be found at http://www.YourIncomeAtRisk.org.

America's Health Insurance Plans - Providing Health Benefits to More Than 200 Million Americans

Methodology: Harris Interactive conducted an online survey on behalf of AHIP between April 18 and 30, 2008 among a nationwide sample of 502 adults who indicated that they had received payments as a result of disability insurance claims sampled from the Harris Poll Online panel consisting of people who have agreed to participate in survey research projects. No estimates of theoretical sampling error can be calculated; a full methodology is available.


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