10 Most Dangerous Jobs in America: Why AD&D Insurance Is Worth It

Most dangerous jobs – roofer installing a roof

Some jobs come with high risk. If you’ve ever flown in a plane or had your roof redone, you probably understand that these jobs can be dangerous. Some other professions, however, might surprise you.

Below are the top 10 most dangerous jobs in America in 2020, according to EHS Today.1

  1. First-line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service and Groundskeeping Workers
  2. First-line Supervisors of Construction Trades and Extraction Workers
  3. Structural Iron and Steel Workers
  4. Farmers, Ranchers and Agricultural Managers
  5. Truck Drivers and Other Drivers
  6. Refuse and Recyclable Material Collectors
  7. Roofers
  8. Aircraft Pilots and Flight Engineers
  9. Fishers and Related Fishing Workers
  10. Logging Workers

How Were the Jobs Rated?

The jobs listed above had the highest fatal work injury rate per 100,000 full-time employees.

How Can I Protect Myself?

You can take various steps to protect yourself and your family, including:

  • Always follow workplace precautions and be aware of your surroundings
  • Never take shortcuts or skip steps in your workflow procedure
  • Always use safety equipment or gear correctly

Also, you could buy Accident Protection Insurance.

Whether or not you have a life insurance policy, accident protection insurance enables you and your family to be prepared, should an accident cause a disabling injury, or cause the unthinkable to happen.

Gerber Life Accident Protection insurance costs as little as 17¢ a day2, with coverage ranging from $50,000 to $250,000 (and up to $500,000 with a spouse). There’s no waiting period, and your approval is guaranteed regardless of health. No health questions or medical exam required.

Why Should I Get Accident Protection Insurance?

Accident Protection Insurance, also called Accidental Death and Dismemberment, is a way to help protect your family financially should you suffer a disabling injury or fatal accident. The policy can help pay for medical or other expenses resulting from a covered disabling injury or provide money for your family should the unthinkable happen to you.

Apply Online for a Gerber Life Accident Protection Plan or call us at 866-674-3051 to learn more.


1Source: Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs of 2020 | EHS Today

217¢/day is the premium rate for a $50,000 policy with automatic payments.

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