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What Is The Difference Between Disability Insurance And Worker'S Compensation ?

Generally, worker's compensation protects you if you are injured while performing your job. Disability insurance covers you for any injury or illness, whether it happens at home or on the job. If you work for an employer who provides you with disability insurance, you should assess exactly how much you are protected for to determine if additional coverage is warranted.

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