Disability Insurance Resource Center (DIRC) is a multi-disciplined company exclusively specializing in DI and is dedicated to providing:
Larry Schneider attended New York University and has been a featured panelist on a local TV program as a Disability Income Insurance expert, discussing the many “wording” differences between disability contracts offered by the major carriers. He has been a guest speaker for AT&T at their Corporate Headquarters for one of their sales executive insurance seminars. In addition, he has spoken to many other State and National Life, Health (NAHU, DITC, International DI Society, LOMA), CPA and Financial Planning Associations on the subject of Disability Income Insurance, Denied Claims, and the tax consequences of premium payor. He also was a guest speaker at the 2013 MDRT Convention and has appeared as a speaker, for various webinars.
During his initial sales career which started in 1972, he personally sold over half a million in premium of individual disability insurance for an insurance agency who specialized in disability insurance (26 state area representation with 200 Full-time agents). He was the carrier’s national sales leader for sixteen consecutive months and was promoted to partner status in charge of agency recruiting and field training shortly thereafter.
Since he became a specialist, consulting and a producer of disability income protection, he has written over fourty articles on various topics of disability insurance, both for insurance professional and for the consumer, on how to select the ideal DI policy and what to do if a claim is denied . He has also consulted to several major Disability Income carriers on how to improve their sales and marketing strategies, critiqued texts of the LUTC’s DI books and both critiqued and help rewrite one of The American College’s reference manuals; “Essentials of Disability Income Insurance” and has authorized two manuals on his own, as mentioned previously. One of his denied claims articles, was published in the Forensic Examiner.
Prior to his insurance career, he was a management consultant for one of the “BIG-EIGHT” CPA firms, performing analytical and efficiency studies on behalf of their clientele, to support recommendations for creative solutions to problem solving.