Supplemental Disability Coverage
Pilot Disability Loss of Medical License Insurance
The risk of becoming disabled is real. According to the Council for Disability Awareness1, one-in-eight workers will be disabled for five years of more during their working careers. Harvey Watt & Co. pioneered the development of Loss of License Insurance in 1951. Today our company administers disability insurance coverage for over 65,000 pilots, the most in the US.
Harvey Watt & Co. offers policy owners Aviation Medical Advocacy at no charge. If there's a way to help you get back in the air, our Medical Director will find it. Dr. Fred Tilton, the former Federal Air Surgeon, is here to help you.
- Replace income if you can no longer fly due to your health.
- Portability: Coverage and rates will not change if who you fly for, where you fly, or your union changes.
- No Future Health Questions: Once enrolled, if your policy has not terminated, you keep your coverage with no future health questions.
- Representatives are paid by salary, not commission.
- Our experience tells us 1 in 20 pilots are on long term disability every year.
Harvey Watt & Co. exclusively offers the following Pilot Disability Income Insurance Plans for Air Canada Pilots:
Lump Sum Catastrophic Disability Income Insurance2
A Lump Sum benefit is payable when you are permanently unable to fly. It allows a disabled pilot to live within the reduced monthly income that invariably follows a permanent Loss of License.
Air Health Monthly Pay Disability Income Insurance2
A Monthly Pay benefit to supplement your income on a monthly basis, including when you are temporarily disabled, but expecting to return to active flight status when your health permits. Waiting periods as short as 12 months and payable for up to 4 years.
Please click on the link below to complete and submit your application.
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