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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-27-2007, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone have AFLAC?

Yeah that goofy ass duck that runs around.
Since my employer does not offer short or long term disability I was curious about the cost of these plans. None of us plan on going down on our bike and getting hurt but shit happens and if I am laid up in a hospital for a month or worse I wan to make sure my mortgage, car and other things get paid without liquidating everything I own. Was wondering if these plans are steep or not. I know State Farm has these plans and they quoted me about 30 buck per month. Kinda pricey I think.....anyone have any experience with these?

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Seriously, I had some accident coverage at a previous employeer, but didn't opt to continue the coverage after I left. I mainly decided to add the coverage as was street riding a lot at the time, and figured my chances of needing some coverage like that were greatly increased.

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I have one, just in case. I pay like $32.00 a month. It all depends on how much do you need them to pay off if anything happens. I haven't had a need to use it but from what I hear they are pretty good.
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I have disability through work and I have a policy for 19 bucks a month through State farm that covers my mortgage payments if I'm hurt. what I was told by IL state law only a certain percentage of your income can be covered by disability or people would never go back to work. so I got around that by getting the policy to cover my mortgage as well.




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Yeah that goofy ass duck that runs around.
Since my employer does not offer short or long term disability I was curious about the cost of these plans. None of us plan on going down on our bike and getting hurt but shit happens and if I am laid up in a hospital for a month or worse I wan to make sure my mortgage, car and other things get paid without liquidating everything I own. Was wondering if these plans are steep or not. I know State Farm has these plans and they quoted me about 30 buck per month. Kinda pricey I think.....anyone have any experience with these?

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my mother in law had it when she got breast cancer, and i would swear by it... THEY ARE GREAT.
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