Life insurance is something many of us think about starting at a very young age, because not only do you never really know what could happen or when, but the younger you are when you start the policy, the cheaper the monthly premium is. Parents and grandparents can start life insurance policies for their children and grandchildren the day they are born. These policies commonly build cash value as the child ages, which can be borrowed against for any number of expenses. Various coverage levels are possible, but the end goal is to leave the family without debt upon your passing. Life insurance policies can be used to not only cover the cost of a funeral but to pay off any final debts the person has, as the family remains responsible for those debts after a person as passed away. When a policy is created, a beneficiary is named to receive the funds. Generally, people name their spouses and children as beneficiaries, as they are allowed to keep the remaining funds to take care of anything they need. With the varying types of coverage available out there, it can be difficult to know how to file a claim when the time comes.
We here at My Claim Source have spent hours collecting information about how to contact your insurance company and file a claim so you have all the information you need in one place. Not only can you learn the various differences between coverage, such as whole life, term life, and universal life, you get the information you need to initiate the claim process with the company that holds the policy. We give you all the contact information you need: phone, email, mailing address, and website address. If you don’t see your company here, check back soon, because we’re hard at work getting the information ready to go live on the site.