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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 a feeling of security and peace of mind. A family friend asked if I had 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 peace of mind should something happen to me. Later on I added aviation accidental death insurance to fill a gap in my life insurance policy.
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.
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 a future article, send Bob an e-mail.