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“I Could Run The Business From My Bed”  LAN July 1984

“How My Permanent Disability Policy Saved My Life”  HIU December 1984

“Life After Disability – One Man’s Story”  LAN April 1989

“Shoemaker Left Partially Paralyzed: Horse Racing’s  All-Time Winningest Jockey,
Now A Trainer, Suffers a Broken Neck, Head Gash In An Auto Crash –
All That Matters Is That He Recover”  Los Angeles Times April 10, 1991

“What Happens When the Boss Gets Sick?”  LAN April 1992

“How Long Can Your Client Go Without A Paycheck?”  LAN August 1992

“The American Dream Gone Wrong”  Standard Insurance November 1993

“You Never Know When It Could Happen To You”  LAN November 1994

“Help Prevent a Financial Disaster”  LAN December 1996

“I Didn’t Check The Box!  Not Buying Disability Insurance, This Cancer Survivor Lost Everything He Worked For.”  Broker World January 2019

“I never thought it could happen to me….”
What if it happened to you?  Are you prepared?  Do you have an income protection plan?

Click and read their stories:  www.disabilitycanhappen.org/life-stories

Marc Maretsky Personal Insurance Services based in Beverly Hills, serves all of California and the United States.  I help my clients acquire life, disability, long-term care, and critical illness insured solutions, as well as enroll them into Medicare when eligible.

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