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EAA Insurance Solutions: Put ‘Peace of Mind’ on Your Holiday Checklist
By Bob Mackey, Senior Vice President, EAA Insurance Solutions administered by Falcon Insurance Agency Inc.
December 22, 2016 - Every holiday season I’m reminded of something I did many years ago at this time of the year that gave me the feeling of security, something commonly referred to as “peace of mind.” A family friend asked if I made plans for the financial security of my family. Like a lot of young people, then and now, that question wasn’t on my mind; I hadn’t made any plans as to how my family would move forward if something happened to me.
After some more discussion, I came to the conclusion that life insurance would provide me with peace of mind should something happen to me. Later on I added aviation accidental death insurance.
EAA members can gain that extra peace of mind when they consider adding EAA Aviation and Non-Aviation Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance. This is an outstanding way to either add expanded financial protection for your loved ones or fill a gap that you may have in your current life insurance, and it’s available exclusively to EAA members. And the holiday season is a perfect time to do something very special for your family.
EAA’s plan includes nearly all aviation and non-aviation activities at a fraction of the cost of amending existing life insurance policies. The plan also applies to pilots flying any aircraft with an FAA airworthiness certificate, including homebuilts and light-sport aircraft. Add some peace of mind to your holidays and visit the EAA Insurance Solutions website.
The EAA Aviation and Non-Aviation Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance Plan is underwritten by Starr Indemnity & Liability Company and administered by Falcon Insurance Agency Inc. Request a quote now.
If you have any questions about this exclusive EAA member benefit, contact EAA Insurance Solutions at 877-230-3252. And if you have any comments about this article or have a suggestion for a specific aviation insurance topic for a future article, send Bob an e-mail.