Life Insurance 100 – The Facts You Need to Know

Life Insurance 100 – The Facts You Need to Know

It’s just a plain fact. Most of us don’t like to face up to the subject of our own deaths, but death is an integral part of a human life. In order to protect our families, we need to give at least some thought to the subject of where life insurance fits into our legacy. The more you understand about life insurance, the better you’ll be prepared – not only for your final expenses and protecting…

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How to Use Life Insurance for Emergency Expenses

How to Use Life Insurance for Emergency Expenses

Edward Graves, author of “McGill’s Life Insurance” recommends using your life insurance policy as an immediate source of cash to help replace damaged property and address unplanned emergencies.

While some families might have the funds necessary to cover everything, the immediate cash from a life insurance policy can be a lifesaver for others.

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Will the Accidental Death Benefit Pay?

Will the Accidental Death Benefit Pay?

If an insured is in an auto mobile accident but dies from a heart attack, the accidental death will only be payable if the accident can be proven to have triggered the heart attack

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Coal Mining: One of Most Dangerous US Professions

Coal Mining: One of Most Dangerous US Professions

The death toll in Monday’s coal mining accident has risen to 25 as authorities continue to drill ventilating holes and bulldoze a path to the mining area. Rescue crews were forced to call off rescue efforts for the remaining four miners due to the risk imposed by toxic levels of methane and carbon dioxide.

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Pedestrian accidents have skyrocketed

Pedestrian accidents have skyrocketed

“So much attention has been paid, and rightly so, to distracted driving that we have ignored the fact that distracted walking and crossing can be just as risky,” said David Melton, a driving safety expert with Liberty Mutual Insurance. “From an early age, we all learn how to safely cross the street – look both ways, wait for the walk sign – but as adults many of us seem to forget those simple rules.”

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