This is a guest post from Allison Moulton.
Allison Moultons disability insurance is covered in the UK and Canada.
But she is based in America.
In her own words, ‘it’s pretty expensive.’
Aarp Insurance is one of the world’s largest disability insurance companies.
It has about 50,000 members across Europe and a few hundred in the US.
It was founded in 1879 in Philadelphia by Benjamin and Ethel Aarp, and has since grown to include about 60,000 member agents.
The Aarp family has more than 300 million members worldwide.
It has a history dating back to 1849, when Benjamin Aarp founded the first insurance company, called Aarp and Company.
Benjamin was a lawyer who started his career as a banker, before becoming a lawyer himself.
In 1872, he founded the Aarp Company, which was later acquired by the US Department of Agriculture, the USDA Insurance Corporation.
AARP’s insurance coverage covers the following health issues: Diseases: Trauma, burns, heart attack, stroke, pneumonia, kidney disease, and more.
Cancer: Cancers can affect any organ, including the liver, bladder, kidney, heart and other organs.
Disease prevention: Determine if your condition is due to an illness, injury, or infection and what steps to take to avoid getting sicker.
Prescription drugs: If you need drugs, you can apply online for coverage through Aarp.
Accident insurance:If you’re injured, have to pay out of pocket or get lost, you might need to get medical insurance from Aarp to cover your expenses.
Disability benefits: The AARP offers a range of coverage options to help people who have been diagnosed with a disability or are facing disability-related medical bills.
These include: · Personal injury, medical, disability, and personal injury coverage · Comprehensive disability coverage covering the full range of costs associated with disability, including housing, clothing, medical supplies, medical treatment, and prescriptions.· Rehabilitation and support program coverage · Family benefits and other benefits, including disability benefits, financial aid, disability assistance, employment assistance, and other types of benefits.
· Disability insurance for individuals and families, including coverage for those with a history of disability.
If you’d like to know more, you should contact Aarp at: aarp.com/contact.html or contact the AARP for the most up-to-date information. More: