Most people think that disability can’t happen to them, but this may not be the case. Currently, there are 54 million Americans suffering
from some type of disability — many of whom are in their 30s, 40s and 50s and had full-time jobs previously to becoming disabled.
With more Americans living paycheck to paycheck, the financial burden of disability is also on the rise and can be serious for wage earners and their family. “For most Americans, their greatest asset is their ability to work and earn an income,” said Robert Taylor, president of the Council for Disability Awareness. “During a disability, income can decrease or stop — while living expenses continue to