I am often asked why I feel so strongly about life insurance. For me, that’s an easy answer to a seemingly complication question.
This is my “why”.
I want to provide for these three in the event that something happens to me prematurely. If my children determine that college is the path that they want to take, I want it to be a feasible option for them even if I’m not around. If a medical emergency arises, I want to make certain that our health insurance is paid in full. If my son wants to play on the travel team for baseball, I want to ensure that there is enough money in the bank to cover this expense.
This is my “why”.
Although my wife works, if something did happen to me, I want to make certain that any and all expenses are covered. I don’t want her to struggle with funeral costs, bills, and the thousand-and-one expenses that seem to pop up on a monthly basis. I know that I can address these concerns by buying enough life insurance.
These are my “whys”.
What are your “whys”?
I always tell my customers, friends — really anyone that will listen — that life insurance gives your survivors options. The more life insurance you purchase, the more options your survivors have.
So, you can rest easy with financial security. And, really, there is nothing more precious than your family’s security. That is why having the right amount of life insurance is so important. A good life insurance policy can offer you peace of mind and be the cornerstone of your individual financial plan for the future.
But, if you’re like most people, you don’t know what life insurance plan is right for you. Do you need a whole life insurance plan? What about a universal life policy? Or maybe term life insurance fits your needs best?
Let me help you.
Langlois Insurance Agency specializes in life insurance, mainly because I strongly believe that it is so important. I can help you select the right amount of life insurance benefits to ensure your family is properly protected…and will do it at a premium that you can afford and are comfortable with.
What is your “why”?