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For individuals with families, making sure that loved ones are set in case of an accident can be a source of much anxiety. This anxiety is something that Richard Brown of Bloomington, Illinois is familiar with.

“My workplace is relatively safe, and I’m always really careful when driving,” Richard said, “but accidents happen. I love to deer hunt and last year, when I was climbing up a stand, I took two steps up and the step that I was standing on broke! It was really scary!”

While Richard was virtually unharmed from the incident, it got him thinking about what would have happened had he been a few steps higher. This led to him thinking about life insurance and his loved ones.

“I looked into my work’s life insurance policy, and I was really surprised to see that it didn’t have one. I want my family to have the least amount of stress possible if something happens.”

Richard started looking around at different insurance agencies. Eventually, he went to PLR.

Long Term Care Insurance Means Security for your family

While Richard knew he needed a policy, he had no idea where to start.

“At first, I was really confused and flustered. But the agents actually sat down with me and talked through every aspect of the different policies. Once we got through that, they asked me if I had a long term care insurance. I’d never even heard of it! So, they explained those policies too. If I were to get into an accident without it, my family would have had a difficult time caring for me.”

Different from life insurance, long term care insurance helps pay for extended care in a long term care or rehabilitation facility.

PLR: A Caring Insurance Agency

Richard was very pleased with the service that he received from PLR.

“When I left PLR, not only was I confident that I got the best policies for my family, but also that I picked the right insurance agency to help me. I would definitely recommend PLR to anyone who has trouble understanding the language in insurance policies.”

Posted 8:53 PM

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