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      Prior to his death, our Board Member John Joly recognized that for working dive personnel the business was changing. With that in mind, he worked closely with Johnny Fisk & Wil Sig of Fisk Marine Insurance so dive personnel can get personal insurances independent of employers.

    "Fisk Marine & Colonial Life Underwriting Department has done what others will not do and that is to provide much needed individual coverages for commercial divers via the Divers Association". These benefits include short-term disability, on and off the job accident policy, life insurance, and a cancer program."

     

    I know we are not used to dealing with our own Insurance but our business, Commercial Diving as we have known it,  is changing. We need to change with it. I have known Wil Sigl for several years and he does know our business and how to help us through the morass of acquiring our own insurance.  Contact Wil Sigl wsigl@fiskusa.com

     

    Visit www.DisabilityCanHappen.org to learn more about the risk of disability and the benefits of having disability insurance.

    Visit www.disabilitycounter.org to view the number of working-age Americans who experienced a disabling injury or illness.

    Visit www.lifehappens.org to learn more about the benefits of having life insurance.

    Fisk Marine Int. is working with other providers to make this available outside North America stay tuned. https://fiskusa.com/blog/

     

     

     

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