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1) your employer (if they offer short-term disability insurance)
2) an individual policy purchased through an insurance company
If your employer offers it, it would likely be issued on a guaranteed-issue basis and not require any medical underwriting (assuming several factors such as size of group, etc.).
If you're going to secure it through an insurance company, you will want to consult with an independent agent who has a strong background in disability insurance and can compare multiple companies for your.
As disability insurance is a much more customizable type of coverage than other lines of insurance, it's important to look at the details of available policies closely (e.g. what the requirements are that need to be met for a claim to be approved, the definition of disability under the policy, etc.). Not all short-term policies are the same so it's important to look at the programs beyond just the price.
If you'd like help with securing coverage, please send me a message via the contact me button next to my name and include your name and number. There is an agent in my group with an extensive knowledge of disability programs I can put you in touch with.
I hope the information is helpful - please let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks very much.