As a Dental professional you’ve worked hard to acquire your assets and lifestyle and need specialized insurance products to keep them secure. Many high net worth individuals find that standard insurance policies simply don’t take their specific requirements into account. If they have larger houses, luxury vehicles, collections of fine art & jewelry, they require special insurance products. We will work closely with you to personalize a complete insurance package to make sure you are correctly covered from the initial quotation to renewals & claims.
Dentist Personal Insurance
Provides coverage for bodily injury and property damage to others as well as physical damage to your vehicle.
Personal Homeowners Insurance
Provides property insurance that covers various personal insurance protections including physical losses occurring to your home, its contents, loss of use, or loss of other personal possessions of the homeowner. It also provides liability insurance for accidents that may happen at the home or away from your premises.
Provides an additional layer of liability protection over the primary limits in your Auto and Homeowners policies.
Life insurance is for the living. It provides financial protection and peace of mind knowing those you love will be protected. Should you die, the proceeds will help you keep the promises you have made to the people who are important to you. By protecting their financial future, you’re enabling your loved ones to maintain their lifestyle, if something unexpected should happen to you. It can replace lost income, pay off debt, help pay for your children’s education or pay for your final expenses.
Dental professionals should secure true own-occupation disability insurance as soon as they begin their working careers. It is especially important for a Dentist to have high-quality disability insurance coverage due to the likelihood of a career-disrupting injury or sickness. While Dentists don’t necessarily have a dangerous occupation, even a minor health setback could cause a you to miss work. In some cases a relatively minor health condition could end a career.