Life Insurance Rates Almost Never Affected by Occupation Says YourLifeSolution.com

YourLifeSolution.com is today itemizing and publishing a list of some of the most dangerous occupations where the employee generally does not have to pay anymore for life insurance than they would have otherwise.

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One would think a fireman would pay more for life insurance, but I've yet to see a single fireman pay more for coverage than a white collar employee.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 10, 2014

YourLifeSolution.com, an online life insurance comparison service, is today itemizing and publishing a list of some of the most dangerous occupations where the employee generally does not have to pay any more for life insurance than they would have otherwise. "One would think a fireman would pay more for life insurance, but I've yet to see a single fireman pay more for coverage than a white collar employee. Police, unless employed in some sort of SWAT or tactical detail, also seem to pay the same as those in more conventional occupations," said Eric Smith. According to the service, occupation has an adverse underwriting consequence in less than 5% of cases.

Suspected High Risk Occupations that Almost Never Have a Higher Risk Rating According to YourLifeSolution.com:

Firefighter
Police Officer
Commercial Pilot
Armed Security
Construction Equipment Operators
Tree Removal Workers
Electricians
Garbage Collectors
Roofers
Miners
Farmers

YourLifeSolution.com encourages employees to research what permanent and portable coverage costs by visting YourLifeSolution.com to compare life insurance rates instantly.

Users can also contact Eric Smith, the independent life insurance agent of YourLifeSolution.com, directly at 888.374.2764.


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    YourLifesolution.com
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