Most disabilities, on average, can keep an employee out of work for roughly three months, and yet, only about a quarter of employees say they currently have disability insurance.

Currently, 61% of Americans believe most people need disability insurance while only 26% said they owned any, according to new research from LIMRA. One-third said they would consider disability insurance if they knew more about it, revealing an important opportunity for employers to better educate employees.

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