Summer weather is arriving and fairly soon it will officially be summer. It is the season for swimming pools, picnics, amusement parks, barbecues, fairs, festivals, hiking, biking, going to the beach, and many other outdoor activities in the sun. It is easy to get lost in the sun and fun of summer months.
Unfortunately, it is also high season for accidents, injuries, and deaths. With increased outdoor recreation, travel, and celebrations involving consumption of alcoholic beverages, summer brings a greater risk of mishaps and misfortunes.
A few risks to be wary of while you and your family are enjoying the great outdoors.
- Heat-related dangers such as heat exhaustion, heat stroke, dehydration, and sunburn
- Drowning in lakes, ponds, rivers, reservoirs, pools, and the ocean
- Burns from grills, campfires, and fireworks
- Broken bones and lacerations while participating in outdoor activities.
- Motor vehicle related crashes from increased vehicular traffic on the roadways.
Peace of Mind
Nobody wants to think about injuries or worse happening to you or your loved ones over the fun summer months. Life insurance provides peace of mind that your loved ones will be taken care of in the untimely event of your passing. Term life provides an affordable way to ensure your family would have a financial safety net if tragedy strikes and you were no longer around to help provides for them.
Choosing Life Insurance
Buying life insurance during the summer is a great idea. Many people aren't thinking about life insurance during the summer. Their time is consumed with vacation plans, enrolling in camps, and entertaining their kids while school is out. It's a good time to apply since less people apply during the summer months than the rest of the year.
Many companies are also offering express underwriting and electronic applications these days. The time it takes to buy a life insurance policy is much shorter than 10 years ago.
We offer a free online term life insurance quoter. You will get rates within seconds to your computer! Apply today!
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Written by Bill Pepe