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To learn more about disability insurance, schedule some time to talk with a State Farm® agent.
Long-term disability insurance provides funds to help replace lost income if you become disabled.
Short-term disability insurance provides funds to help with monthly debt obligations like car loans, mortgage, rent, and credit cards — or to help replace lost income if you become disabled.
Individual credit disability insurance can pay a monthly installment loan payment directly to your financing institution if you become disabled.
Help safeguard the people and possessions that matter most by building a Triangle of Protection around your home and family with three different products — life, disability income, and homeowners insurance.
Disability insurance products are not available in MA, NJ, and RI.
The information provides a brief, general description of the coverage provided by these policies. It is not a contract and certain exclusions and limitations apply. A complete statement of the coverage provided is found only in the policy itself. Policy coverages, exclusions, and limitations may vary in some states.