More than sixteen years ago, shortly after starting his dental practice, Dr. Johnson (name has been changed for privacy purposes) bought a disability insurance policy to protect his income in case of an illness or injury that prevented him from completely or partially working in his chosen profession. Over the years, Dr. Johnson’s practice grew substantially and so did his annual income. As such, Dr. Johnson’s insurance carrier made several offers to increase his monthly disability benefit in case of total disability. Each time, Dr. Johnson gladly accepted the increase in premium payments for the added protection.

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