Protect your family
According to the 2018 Insurance Barometer Study conducted by LIMRA and Life Happens, nearly 60% of adults own some type of life insurance, but research shows the coverage they have may not be enough. More than one-third of all households say they would feel adverse financial impacts within a month if their primary wage earner died. Taking steps to protect your family and loved ones is one of the greatest gifts you can give them.
Apply for life insurance
One important way you can protect your family financially is through life insurance. The process is easy and convenient to accommodate your busy schedule. Now there is no need to fast and you have several convenient options for getting a health exam – including at your home, office or at a nearby collection site. Talk to an expert today to find out what policy best fits you and your financial needs.
Benefits of a health exam
One common misconception about life insurance is that it is expensive. Most consumers overestimate the cost of a policy by more than three times its actual cost.* One way you save on your policy is to complete a health exam during the life insurance process. Talk to your agent about including a convenient health exam as part of your life insurance application.
Know your health status
Understanding the status of your health provides you peace of mind to take care of others and live a healthier lifestyle. After applying for life insurance, many policies provide you with your laboratory test results from your exam, which you can share with your physician. Up to 70% of medical decisions are based on laboratory tests, these results provide valuable insights into your health.
More ways to protect your family
Once you obtain your policy, ensure your loved ones know about the step you took to protect them and how to find it if needed. Then, take these additional easy steps to protect your family:
Spread the word
Help others take steps to protect their loved ones by sharing this resource with a friend. Complete the form on the right to let your loved ones know how easy it can be to protect their family.