Become materialistic for just a minute. Think of your belongings, of all the things you’ve bought, paying for them with the money you worked hard to earn. How valuable are these things to you?
Valuable enough to pay insurance to keep them protected? Your car, the thing that transports you from place to place everyday? Your home, where you rest your head at night? The things within your home and car that improve your quality of life?
Insurance is here for you when you really need it. In the time of an incident, such as a thief or a crash, your insurance can be the one thing protecting your finances. Your finances are what keeps you fed and healthy. If an incident comes up and you don’t have insurance, it would be detrimental to be without those items and without enough money to cover replacements.
The origin of Insurance Awareness Day is unknown. However, the purpose of this day is to highlight the importance of needing insurance. It would be beneficial to contact your insurance agent this Insurance Awareness Day. Strengthen the relationship with your agent while going over your coverages. Make sure your policy entirely covers your assets. In case something happens, you want to be fully covered and be entirely reimbursed for your losses.
Happy Insurance Awareness Day, tell a friend!
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