Fatal car accidents prove need for life insurance

Dec 20, 2010

Life insurance provides financial stability for those in need.

Deadly car accidents are impossible to foresee, as was once again proven when a 27-year-old Carthage, Missouri man died after he drove off the road and struck a bridge, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report.

Fatal incidents such as these prove time and time again the unpredictability of accidents, which should give anybody the motivation to purchase life insurance. Although no one else was killed or injured, those individuals who are spared from death should not take anything for granted because anything can happen at any time.

Life insurance provides financial support and stability when someone is alive and needs medical treatment, and when someone dies the insurance money can be used for family matters such a funeral costs.

According to Edgar Snyder and Associates, someone is injured by a car crash every 14 seconds and about two million of the people injured in car accidents each year suffer permanent injuries. A statistic that validates the need for life insurance because tomorrow is not guaranteed for anybody.

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