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It's an uncomfortable issue to think about, but if you have loved ones counting on you for financial support then you should consider how your absence could impact their comfort and financial security. That situation could mean leaving those loved ones with many unexpected costs. What if you could help ensure your family had more financial security in the future?

Term life insurance is a simple way you can help your loved ones account for the unexpected expenses that could follow your death. This type of life insurance offers a predetermined amount of coverage that is guaranteed for a specific amount of time (a "term"). What's the purpose of 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. From partial compensation for funeral expenses to accounting for the loss of a primary paycheck, this kind of coverage could be the boost that your dependents need to make it through a difficult time.

Wondering where to get term life insurance? Apply for a policy at your Laurel Direct Auto & Life Insurance office to see if you're eligible for an affordably-priced policy that brings your family some peace of mind. 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, when you purchase life insurance and car insurance through Direct Auto, no additional down payment is required on your policy.

Learn more about life insurance from Direct Auto by calling 1-877-GO-DIRECT! Get a free term life insurance quote and find your Laurel, MS Direct Auto location closest to you today!*

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