The majority of single Americans lack the basic safety net of disability insurance and would be hard hit financially by an unexpected health issue that kept them from working, according to a new study.

“The Hartford Benefits For Tomorrow Study” found that 87 percent don’t have enough savings to get through a financial hardship and of that group only 44 percent have insurance to help them, which means 56 percent do not have coverage.

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