Disability Is More Common Today in Canada
Having a less than optimal future isn’t fun to consider. But if a disability or a major illness should suddenly curtail all the talent, determination, and resourcefulness within you consider the hardship this could cause.
Data from Statistics Canada reveal that 22% of Canadians between 25 and 65 years are currently living with a disability. In Canada, while the death rate from the top 4 major illnesses has dropped, your chance of being disabled from these 4 conditions has risen dramatically. These are: hypertension, heart disease, cardiovascular issues, and diabetes.
Today, more people are struggling to live with conditions that would have been deadly just a few decades ago. Add to this the risk of an accident. How will you cope if this is your future? Disability insurance protects you by replacing your lost income.