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It's tough to imagine the unimaginable, but anyone who is financially responsible for a loved one should take a close look at how the people who depend on them would be affected if they were suddenly gone. That situation could mean leaving those loved ones with many unexpected costs. Take action now to help ensure your family's financial health.

Term life insurance is an effective way to offset some of the financial burden that an unexpected death can place on families and beneficiaries. This type of life insurance offers a predetermined amount of coverage that is guaranteed for a specific amount of time (a "term"). How could you benefit from life insurance? Should the unthinkable occur within the term, the policy would pay beneficiaries the set amount of money that they could use for a variety of expenses. These costs could range from coverage of some funeral expenses to accounting for a loss of income. Thankfully, you can trust this kind of coverage to help beneficiaries of the policy through a difficult time.

Where can you find term life insurance at a price you can afford? An individual policy from your Direct Auto & Life Insurance location in Grenada is affordable, easy to get, and offers a little peace of mind knowing you are doing your part in helping with your loved ones' financial needs. Don't worry—there is no medical exam. You just have to answer a few simple health questions. If you qualify, your term life policy is guaranteed to renew at the same rate for 2 additional years without regard to your health or age. Plus, if you choose to get life insurance in addition to car insurance through Direct Auto, there is no additional down payment on your policy.

Start working to secure your loved ones' financial future by learning more about Direct Auto's life insurance. Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT or speak with your Grenada area Direct Auto representative today.*

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