Every 6 Seconds Someone Dies From An Accident
According to a report from the Center For Disease Control, which tracks the leading causes of deaths in North America; Accidental deaths are the 3rd LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN NORTH AMERICA.
It’s not just car accidents, either. It could be anything from tripping, falling, snake bites, suffocation, fire, firearms, prescription medicine complications, doctor/nurse mistakes, or many others.
Common examples of accidental deaths, covered by accidental life insurance:
- Motor vehicle accidents: #1 cause of accidental deaths in the United States of America. car accidents include mechanically or electrically powered vehicles.
- Falls: Approximately 13,000 deaths from falls, each year.
- Poison: This consists of 2 subcategories: Poison from gas and vapor (such as carbon monoxide poisoning) and poison from solids/liquids (such as drug/medications).
- Drowning: This excludes drownings resulting from natural disasters.
- Fire: Including burns, asphyxiation, and deaths that occur from falling objects during a fire.
- Suffocation: Such as choking on food or ingesting an object that blocks the air passage.
- Firearms: Excludes those who are killed in combat or firearm suicide.
- Industrial accidents: It can include explosions, equipment malfunctions, mining accidents, or other work related deaths.
- Other: Includes medical complications resulting from mistakes made by medical professionals (such as surgery), air transport injury, machine interactions, mechanical suffocation, and the impact from a falling object.
Living in America without Accidental Death Insurance is a bit like driving around without your seat belt.
One of the greatest benefits of applying for Affordable Accidental Death Insurance in Arizona is that there is NO MEDICAL CHECK and NO WAITING PERIOD.
It’s also the most economical life insurance on the market.
Once you chat with your agent, they can provide you with a BINDER. A BINDER is an authorization for insurance on the spot!
That means if you get in an accident the very next day, the insurance company would pay your beneficiary 100% of the policy payout.
Typical Accidental coverage is $100,000 – $500,000.
Below are a few examples of how much Accidental Life Insurance can cost.
Examples of Cost of $100,000 Accidental Life Insurance in Arizona
Some companies offer a Return of Premium (ROP) accidental life insurance option, as well. ROP is just a fancy way of saying you get all your money back at the end of the policy. Pretty cool right? Ask your agent if you qualify for return of premium accidental life insurance.