Dorsey Hoskins’ father, Bryan, felt a tingling in his arm. The diagnosis—an inoperable brain tumor. Six months later, he died at the age of 33, leaving his wife to raise Dorsey and her sister Hattie. Fortunately, Bryan bought life insurance when he married, and again when his daughters were born.
At 27, Mike was living two of his dreams: training to participate in his first marathon and working at a nonprofit organization. Suddenly, both of those dreams came crashing down as he crossed the street one night, and a drunk driver hit him after running a red light. Thankfully, the disability insurance he had at the time of his accident a decade ago continues to help him today.
Jeanie and Tom had an idyllic life: a strong marriage and two children. But when Tom was tragically killed in a snowmobiling accident at just 45, the world collapsed for Jeanie and the kids. Grief overwhelmed them, but thanks to Tom’s life insurance, financial tragedy did not. It paid for the funeral and the family’s bills and expenses. And it set them up for the future so they could continue living in their home, and plan for college and retirement. Life insurance did everything Tom had planned for it to do.
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Asia Schroeder first experienced the power of life insurance when her first husband, Peter, died in the line of duty. Later, she experienced living benefits when her family used the cash value to fund their gym. Throughout her lifetime, life insurance has provided her family with financial support.
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Scott Rider's healthy life changed when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at just 47. The cognitive and physical limitations caused by the disease meant he had to give up the profession he loved. Fortunately, he purchased disability insurance when he was just starting out and increased it as his salary grew, which enabled him and his family to maintain the lifestyle they’ve always known.
Life’s milestone moments usually require a promise—to love, cherish, guard and protect. And an important part of keeping those promises is making sure your loved ones would be OK financially if something were to happen to you. That’s why there’s life insurance. Keep your promise, and insure your love.