Aircraft Pilot Disability And Loss of License Insurance
According to the American Safety Council, a disabling injury occurs once every 1.5 seconds in the United States. If you became unable to work for a year or longer due to illness or injury, could you meet your financial responsibilities?
Statistically, pilots experience a higher disability rate than other work groups due to the stringent health requirements imposed by the FAA. Even a slight medical deficiency can cause certification problems with one’s medical, a requirement to fly airplanes for a living.
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Pilot Disability and Loss of Medical Coverage
Pilot disability insurance is financial protection should a pilot be unable to continue flying due to health issues and loss of medical. Our policies provide professional pilots with tax-free, monthly or lump sum benefits should they be unable to continue employment due to the loss of his or her medical.
All policies are considered an “own occupation” disability policies. This is an extremely important feature; it means that one is considered disabled if unable to perform the job functions specifically as a pilot. The policy language is designed solely for professional pilots and disability is triggered at the loss of one’s FAA Medical Certificate either temporarily or permanently.
What are some health issues that cause a pilot to permanent lose their FAA medical certificate?
*This is not restricted solely to this list but the most common reasons are:
Coverage Periods and Benefits: