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What Happens To My Life Insurance If I Am In A Coma?

A coma is a state of extended unconsciousness due to inefficient brain function. This unresponsive state can be caused by a traumatic blow to the head, oxygen deprivation from choking or drowning, severe infection, exposure to toxins, or extremely high blood sugar. Under most circumstances, life insurance policies do not pay out as long as the policyholder remains alive. If you are in a coma...

On The Bright Side: 10 Ways We’re (Still) Here For You During COVID-19

Just when it feels like we’re adjusting to our “new normal,” the curveballs keep on coming. Will our kids adjust to virtual classrooms? What happens when the sunny weather turns to snow? How long will this go on, anyway? We get it: Navigating this pandemic can be exhausting. While we can’t fix your wi-fi during an important video call or magically stock your local store...

How To Prepare Your Home For Fall

When the thermometer begins to drop and temperatures get cooler, it’s time to start thinking about getting ready for autumn. The weather can be unpredictable, and it’s best to get a head start on seasonal chores so you are not caught unprepared. The following general “to-do list” can help you prepare your home for fall. Check for drafts: Reduce your heating bills and stay warmer...

What Life Insurance Policy Is Best For Me?

If you have a family depending on you, it is more important now than ever to have life insurance. There are many factors to consider when shopping for a policy. Our friendly agent can help you get the best quote on life insurance that suits your family’s needs. What Are The Major Types Of Life Insurance? The two major types of life insurance are term...

What To Know About Workers’ Compensation & Working From Home

In the midst of this pandemic, you may have found yourself among the 63 percent of Americans working from home. A recent Gartner poll predicts that 48 percent of workers will continue to work remote at least part time even when it’s safe to physically return to work again. Of course, working from home has pros and cons. It also raises serious questions like what would...