Today we bring you the 10 best burial insurance companies for 2017. There are literally dozens of different final expense insurance companies on the market. The trick is- how do you find which ones are the best? In all honestly, most of them are great in their own way. However, some are definitely better than others. In this article, you will learn which burial insurance companies made the top 10, and why we selected them.
The overall goal when choosing the best burial insurance companies
Above all else, which carriers make the top 10 is heavily influenced by one main objective. It’s to select 10 burial insurance companies where one of them can 100% provide you with unbeatable value. Remember, there is no single insurance company that can be the best fit for everyone. That just isn’t possible. If you were to narrow your options to just these 10 companies, there is a very good chance your best burial insurance policy will be with one of them.
Other than the main objective, it’s important to understand what criteria we take into account when deciding which companies are the best. There are many factors to consider. With that, we place heavy weight to the three attributes below. All the companies in the top 10 showcase all or some of the these traits.
- Accepted Health Conditions
- Policy Specifications (ages, face amounts, riders)
Just below you can see who made list of the 10 best burial insurance companies for 2017. If you are a visual person, we hope you find the infographic enjoyable. If you prefer to read a synopsis about why we chose each burial insurance company, you will find all that info right after the infographic.
Here are the top 10 best burial insurance companies for 2017 in no specific order
- Gerber Life
- Foresters Financial
- Liberty Bankers Life
- Royal Neighbors of America
- United Home Life
- Mutual of Omaha
- Standard Life and Casualty
The Best Final Expense Companies
Below you will find a brief summary of all the 10 best burial insurance companies for 2017. They are shown in no particular order. Most of these companies offer many types of life insurance. However, we are only taking their burial insurance into consideration.
Face Amounts: $5,000-$25,000
The only kind of burial insurance that Gerber Life offers is guaranteed issue. Also known as guaranteed acceptance, this kind of final expense insurance is very unique. It has no health questions whatsoever. In addition, they do not check your medical history in any way. Everyone is approved no matter what.
These kinds of policies come with two major drawbacks regardless of which company you buy from. First, you will have to endure a mandatory two year waiting period. If you pass away during this time, the company will simply refund 110% of your premiums paid. Additionally, guaranteed issue burial insurance is definitely more expensive compared to a plan that has underwriting. As a general rule, guaranteed issue is only a last resort because of those two drawbacks.
There are many life insurance companies on the market that sell guaranteed acceptance final expense. Ultimately, they’re all the same. The only difference is the price they charge. Presently, both Mutual of Omaha and Gerber Life are unequivocally the cheapest. For certain ages, Gerber is cheaper than Mutual of Omaha. Generally speaking though, Mutual of Omaha does cost less a majority of the time. However, the price difference is usually less than a dollar.
In every case, we whole heatedly believe that Gerber is far superior than Mutual of Omaha. The reason is simple. With Gerber Life, you get access to a professional independent agency (like Choice Mutual). With Mutual of Omaha, you do not. To buy Mutual of Omaha’s guaranteed issue plan, you have to buy it from them direct. Basically, you have to deal with a customer service representative who is licensed to process insurance applications.
This presents all kinds of problems. First, they can’t and won’t tell you if guaranteed issue is appropriate for you. Furthermore, you will very likely need help with burial insurance down the line. We see this all the time. Many people decide to add coverage, or get coverage for someone in their family. There are all kinds of reasons why people need help with burial insurance after their initial purchase. With this in mind, if you are dealing with Mutual of Omaha, you have no agent whom you can consult with when that time comes. You are left to fend for yourself.
On the other hand, you buying Gerber through an agency like Choice Mutual is just the opposite. Gerber sells their guaranteed acceptance final expense through independent agencies like us. If you work with us, we will first try our hardest to get a you burial insurance plan that has underwriting. If we are successful, you will pay less money, and avoid an unnecessary waiting period. In general, we are able to secure burial insurance that has underwriting for about 90% of our clients.
Additionally, when the day comes in the future when you once again need help again with burial insurance, we will be there for you. In the end, you will have an established relationship with an agency that will always work hard to do what’s best for you. Is that worth fifty cents or a dollar? Our customers certainly think so.
In any event, there are some health situations where you will need a guaranteed issue burial insurance plan. In that case, we highly recommend Gerber Life. Specifically, we recommend that you let us help you with this. It’s incredibly important to know that it’s very rare that people actually need a guaranteed acceptance plan. The vast majority of clients are able to qualify for final expense plans that have health questions and underwriting. You pay less money per month, and you avoid waiting periods. It’s a no brainer.
Please never assume your health would mean your only option is guaranteed issue. The truth is that all these different burial insurance companies accept many major health problems. That means there is probably one out there for you, and we can help you find them. Before you make any decisions, consult with us. We will give unbiased and honest feedback about what your best burial insurance options are.
Face Amounts: $5,000-$50,000 (varies by age)
Selecting Assurity Life Insurance Company for the top 10 was an easy decision. In the long run, they have really good prices, high face amounts, and some really unique underwriting niches. They have multiple plans available, but only two of them are worth considering. Their graded and level benefit plans are the only ones you should ever consider.
For starters, their graded plan can be a fantastic option for you under certain conditions. Their graded plan does come with a partial waiting period during the first two years. If you pass away during the first year, Assurity will pay you 40% of your death benefit. If you pass away during the second year of the policy, they will pay 75% of your death benefit. After two years, the benefit is fully payable. You are probably thinking that a partial waiting period sounds bad. It’s certainly not ideal, but it’s unavoidable sometimes.
If you have any of the following health conditions, Assurity’s graded plan offers you some form of immediate protection. This is much better than a full two year waiting period that most carriers would impose. In addition, it comes at a very reasonable price. In most cases, other burial insurance companies will flat out decline you, or they will charge you a boatload along with a full waiting period.
- Congestive Heart Failure
- Stroke within the last 12 months (Not a mini stroke TIA attack)
- Treatment for drugs or alcohol treatment in the last 12 months
- Aneurysm within the last 12 months
Their level benefit plan truly is in a league of its own. Overall, if you are healthy, Assurity is a great low price option for burial insurance. However, there are some health situations where this level benefit plan can really provide unbeatable value to you.
For starters, they are the only final expense company that freely accepts COPD with no penalty whatsoever. They will not charge you more, or impose any sort of waiting period. If you have COPD, most burial insurance companies will impose one of two different penalties. First, they can charge you an increased premium. On the other hand they can also impose a full or partial waiting period. In most cases, they inflict both of these penalties for COPD clients.
There are some companies that will simply charge you more money without putting a waiting period on your policy. However, Assurity is the only company that does neither. It’s important to note that if you have COPD, you cannot qualify for their level benefit plan if you are still smoking. In the end, if you have COPD and are not smoking or using oxygen, you simply will not find a better deal with any other company.
Another awesome feature of their level benefit plan is their one year look back on some common health events. For the conditions listed below, most burial insurance companies look back two years. With Assurity, they only go back one year. If you have had any of these health situations over a year ago but less than two, Assurity might be your new best friend. For the companies that go back two years, they will charge you more and impose a waiting period. Assurity allows you to avoid waiting periods and high prices.
- Heart Attack
- Stroke (Not a mini stroke TIA attack)
- Angina (Chest pains)
- A heart or circulatory surgery (Stents or bypass surgery)
At the end of the day, Assurity is an awesome burial insurance company for many reasons. In particular, if you deal with any of the health situations outlined above, their value is truly one of a kind. Additionally, they offer really high face amounts, and great prices if you are healthy.
Face Amounts: $2,000-$30,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accidental Death, Accelerated Living Benefit, & Children’s Term
The Eagle and Ultra Protector plans from Americo had to be in the top 10 because of their underwriting value. As we said, underwriting plays a huge role in why we select certain carriers. Americo gladly accepts some health conditions that are regularly declined by other companies. Americo has three different Ultra Protector plans and one Eagle plan. Other than the Eagle plan, only their Ultra Protector II should be considered. Even then, they should only be bought under certain circumstances. Both of these plans come with full first day coverage with no waiting period.
To begin with, Americo’s Ultra Protector II plan can be of great value in the following situations: COPD, Parkinson’s Disease, Cirrhosis of the liver, Hepatitis, insulin shock, diabetic amputations, diabetic coma, insulin usage prior to age 50, eye or kidney issues. Most of those conditions result in total declines with many other burial insurance companies. Americo not only accepts them all, but they do so with immediate protection. Albeit, the price for UP2 is slightly inflated, but that is understandable due to these covered health conditions. The important thing to remember is that you are getting covered and it goes into effect immediately. In most cases, this is not possible with other final expense companies if you have these issues.
Like the UP2 plan, Americo’s Eagle plan has some unique underwriting niches. If any of the following health scenarios apply to you, definitely consider this Eagle plan. Many of these conditions would result in a decline with lots of companies. However, the Eagle plan welcomes them all with open arms. You will pay less money and get first day coverage. It’s a great deal all around.
- Heart attack 13-24 months ago
- Stroke 13-24 months ago (Not a mini stroke TIA attack)
- Diabetes before age 50
- Parkinson’s disease
- Systemic lupus
As you can see, Americo has some really unique underwriting situations where their value is amazing. We greatly encourage you to consider them especially in the circumstances mentioned above.
Face Amounts: $2,000-$35,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accidental Death, Accelerated Living Benefits, Terminal Illness
Choosing Foresters Financial to be among the top 10 best burial insurance companies was a no brainer. They offer incredibly liberal underwriting, competitive prices, and wonderful member benefits at no additional cost. Foresters has a total of three different burial insurance plans. You should only consider their level and graded plans.
For starters, their member benefits are quite nice. These are benefits available to every person who has burial insurance with Foresters. The most popular benefit our clients are fond of is the legal link. Through this benefit, you can obtain a free basic will, free consultations with a lawyer, and discounted legal services for more involved matters. Remember, there are many other wonderful benefits.
Their graded plan pricing that is decent considering the health conditions it accepts. It does come with a limited payout of benefits during the first two years. If you pass during the first year, they will pay out 30% of your death benefit. If you pass away during the second year of the policy, they will pay out 70% of the policy. Thankfully, there is some immediate protection. In a lot of cases, these health conditions result in full two year waiting periods with many final expense companies.
We only recommend their graded plan in certain situations. There may be other burial insurance plans that are superior for you given these conditions. Foresters would likely be a backup if the other companies were not accessible to you for some reason. If that happens, Foresters graded plan comes with a decent cost and some immediate protection. We recommend you consider this plan if you have non smoking COPD, Parkinson’s, Systemic Lupus, liver, or kidney issues.
Foresters level benefit is a whole other deal. First of all, it will accept you with some serious health problems. Below is a short list where they will issue you this coverage no problem in spite of these conditions.
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Bi Polar
- Atrial Fibrillation (A Fib)
- Blood Thinners
- Anxiety Disorder
- Insulin Dependent Diabetes
Foresters is known as one of the friendly companies to people with diabetes. You can be on many different diabetic medications and still qualify for their level benefit plan. However, if you have neuropathy, they will not approve you.
In addition, they are probably the most welcoming burial insurance company for people with mental health issues. As you can see from above, they will accept something as major as Schizophrenia. The majority of final expense companies will not accept most of these mental health issues. If you deal with these kinds of mental health issues, Foresters is your company.
All in all, Foresters has a burial insurance program that is very often the best value for many people. They have solid pricing and accept lots of serious health problems. They are definitely a company you need to look into if you are in need of burial insurance.
Face Amounts: $1,000-$55,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accidental Death, Accelerated Death Benefit, Children/Grandchild Term, Accelerated Death Benefit Rider with Nursing Home Option
There are several reasons why Transamerica had to be on this list. With fairly liberal underwriting, competitive pricing, and high face amount options they offer some nice benefits. Transamerica has three different burial insurance plans, but you really only should consider one of them. Their Preferred Immediate solution plan is the only one that we feel is worthwhile. Their standard plan does offer the benefit of no waiting period in spite of some serious health conditions. However, the price on their standard plan is just too high. In most cases, if you qualify for their standard plan based on your health, you can qualify for a much cheaper plan with other final expense companies.
Their preferred immediate solution plan has no waiting period whatsoever. It offers a great price relative to what other companies charge. They have a standard two year look back on events like heart attacks, strokes or circulatory surgeries.
One of the great underwriting features of this plan is the way they do their prescription check. Transamerica utilizes a first fill protocol. Basically, they look at how long you have been taking medications when they make their decisions. This is advantageous because if you have been taking certain high risk medications for two years or more, they won’t count them against you. Not many final expense companies do this. If you are taking blood thinners like Coumadin or Warfarin or something like Plavix, you may find it hard to get coverage. First fill companies like Transamerica give you the chance to dodge a bullet so to speak. In the end, you may be able to get a bottom level price and immediate coverage because of this procedure.
In addition to the above, another great feature with Transamerica is how they accept direct express cards. If you have no bank account, social security will give you a direct express debit card. In most cases, it can be very hard for you to find burial insurance without a bank account. Transamerica will allow you to pay for your final expense insurance with this government issued debit card.
Transamerica can be a bit difficult to work with, but in some cases it’s worth it. They are not the cheapest by any means, but their preferred prices are fair. If you are looking for burial insurance, they are definitely a company to consider.
Face Amounts: $3,000-$30,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accidental Death, Accelerated Living Benefit, Terminal Illness
We put Liberty Bankers Life among the best final expense companies due mainly to their underwriting advantages. Make no mistake, their prices are not bad at all. This is especially true when you compare them to the other burial insurance companies in the market.
Altogether, Liberty Bankers has three different burial insurance plans. Only the Standard and Preferred plans should ever be considered. Both of these plans come with absolutely no waiting period. Your benefits begin on the first day of your policy.
First of all, their standard plan is easily their “best” plan. It’s not their cheapest plan, but it definitely has the best value. We say this due to the health conditions the standard plan accepts. Below is a short list of medical conditions. If you have any of these conditions, you are usually looking at one or two penalties. The first penalty is an increased premium. The second is a waiting period of some kind. The vast majority of final expense companies inflict both penalties if you have these conditions. With Liberty Banker’s standard plan, you do pay a little bit of a higher premium. However, there is no waiting period at all.
- Liver or Kidney Disease
- Systemic Lupus
- Parkinson’s Disease
In the end, Liberty’s standard plan offers you day one coverage at a solid price if you have those conditions. Some final expense companies will totally decline you for some of them. In all honestly, if Liberty did not have their standard plan, we would remove them from the list of best burial insurance companies.
Another great feature built into the standard plan is the option to pay with your direct express card. If you are a person that has no bank account, social security will put your money on this debit card. It’s very uncommon for insurers to accept this card. Liberty Bankers will allow you to pay for their standard plan with this card. Please note, you cannot use your direct express card to pay for their preferred plan.
Their preferred plan is respectable. The price on this plan is relatively close to what other burial insurance companies charge. Unfortunately, the plan itself does not stand out in any way. Liberty Bankers has some pretty sweet child and grandchild riders. These riders might be a reason why you would go with this preferred plan. At the end of the day, if you qualify for this plan, you qualify with pretty much any company. Again the pricing is not bad, it’s just that this plan does not stand out among all the options out there.
In summary, Liberty Bankers Life made the list because of the great value their standard plan offers. If you have those health conditions, this is a plan you must take a very hard look at. With those health conditions, you options can be very narrow. Liberty Bankers Life might just be the company for you.
Face Amounts: $5,000-$25,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accelerated Living Benefits
Burial insurance by Royal Neighbors is like getting the best of two worlds. Most companies that accept very serious health issues charge more money. On the other hand, the companies that offer really low pricing usually have very strict underwriting. In effect, they really won’t accept you unless you are very healthy. This is not how Royal Neighbors works. They have really good prices, and they accept lots of serious health problems. In all honesty, there is no other final expense company that has more liberal underwriting. The health conditions they accept are off the charts. Royal Neighbors is a star among stars in the final expense business.
They only have two plans. Moreover, both of them have their place in certain situations. Without question, their best plan is their Simplified Issue Whole Life plan. Otherwise, your other option is their Graded death benefit plan. It’s not bad either.
We will begin with their graded plan. First of all, it has a limited payout of benefits during the first two years. If you pass away during the first year of the policy, they will pay 30% of your death benefit. If you pass away during the second year of the policy, they will pay out 70% of the policy. After two years, your death benefit is payable in full. You should only consider this plan in one situation. Furthermore, for this one health condition, there are usually better options with other companies. However, if you cannot qualify with those companies for some reason, this plan is still a decent option. Without wasting another moment, the only time you should consider this graded plan is if you have COPD.
In a word, Royal Neighbors simplified issue whole life plan is just unbelievable. To start off, it comes with no waiting period in any way. Your coverage starts on the first day of your policy. Another thing, the price for this plan is very competitive. All of this together seems rather impossible when you consider what health conditions they accept.
Without question, Royal Neighbors is the most diabetic friendly burial insurance company in the nation. There is no other company that can rival them. This simplified issue whole life plan by royal neighbors will accept some very serious issues that come with diabetes. It does not matter what your A1C levels are. It does not matter how many diabetes medications you are taking. You can be on serious ones like Lyrica, Lamictal, Neurotin, or Gabapentin. Additionally, it does not matter if you have complications like neuropathy or retinopathy. You can have all of this stuff and then some, and it simply won’t matter. They will still accept you no problem in spite of these issues.
In contrast, other burial insurance companies will not respond so favorably. With most of them, they will charge you an arm and a leg and give you a waiting period. In fact, some of these companies will even turn you away altogether. It just cannot be overstated enough how welcoming they are to diabetic applicants. Royal Neighbors is your company if you have any issues with your diabetes.
There are other ways in which their simplified issue plan offers unique value. Namely, if you have home health care, or if you need help with your daily activities of living. Both of these situations are flat out declines with like 90% of final expense companies. There are a select few out there that do accept them, but at a very high cost. Royal Neighbors not only accepts these, but they don’t even charge you more money. In essence, they charge a home health care applicant the same as a marathon runner. How insanely crazy is that?
Truthfully, we could go on and on about all the specific health situations where Royal Neighbors has a unique underwriting solution. However, this article isn’t meant to be a complete outline. If you are curious about every little detail about Royal Neighbors, check out our review on them.
At the end of the day, Royal Neighbors has a one of a kind burial insurance program. We cannot make big enough deal about this. If you have some serious health issues, especially diabetes, Royal Neighbors needs to be on your list of companies to check out. Their prices are good and they offer immediate protection. In addition, they do all of this even though they take some very high risk illnesses.
Face Amounts: $5,000-$100,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Identity Theft Wavier Of Premium, Hospital Stay Waiver Of Premium, Common Carrier Accidental Death,
All around, United Home Life has a burial insurance plan that combines fair prices, distinct underwriting, and great policy specifications. They have a total of four different burial insurance plans. With that, you should only seriously consider the Express Issue Premier plan. The remaining three plans just aren’t worth it. If your health puts you into one of those plans, you can get a better deal with another burial insurance company. Their express issue premier plan comes with first day coverage. There is no waiting period of any kind.
To begin with, the options available with United Home Life are one big part of why they are on this list of best final expense companies. First, they have a massive face amount limit. You can buy up to $100,000 of coverage if you are 60 or younger. If you are over 60, you can only buy up to $50,000. Within the realm of final expense, these issue limits are among the highest. Many burial insurance plans top out at $20,000-$30,000 most of the time. If you are looking for really high face amount for some reason, United Home Life services this need perfectly.
In addition to their high face value limits, they have some unique rider options as well. Altogether, the combination of these extraordinary choices is quite rare. These kinds of options might be important to you. If so, they are a great company that can give you what you want.
The express issue premier plan has two distinct areas where it stands out. First, is if you have Parkinson’s disease. With this condition, you will likely face some penalties with most companies. Typically, you should expect to pay more money and endure waiting periods. Neither of these will occur with United Home Life. They accept Parkinson’s disease with open arms. At the end of the day, this allows you to pay a lot less and avoid waiting periods.
Another underwriting niche for this plan is if you were diagnosed with diabetes prior to the age of 50. Overall, burial insurance companies will not accept you if you were diagnosed with diabetes before age 50. Then again, there are some that do, but they charge more because of it. Like with Parkinson’s disease, United Home Life does not care when you were diagnosed with your diabetes. It simply does not matter to them.
You don’t have to have some illness for them to be a good fit. Absolutely, they are a good company if you are healthy. Their prices are fair and their look back periods on major health events are right in line with most burial insurance companies. Ultimately, this is a burial insurance company that offers a unique package. If you a person that needs some of these options, this could be a great company for you.
Face Amounts: $2,000-$40,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accelerated Living Benefit, Accidental Death
Mutual Of Omaha’s burial insurance plan is on this list for a couple of reasons. Price is probably the biggest reason why, but their underwriting is nice as well. There are two different burial insurance plans from Mutual of Omaha. The only plan that you should ever purchase is their level benefit Living Promise plan. This plan has no waiting period. Their other plan has a waiting period, but it does not matter. You should never buy it, so how it works is irrelevant.
First of all, the policy options are well rounded. It has a free built in rider. Additionally, there are a few different riders you can elect to buy. Another thing, the maximum face amount is higher than average if that’s important to you.
Without question, the pricing on this burial insurance plan is the best feature. Generally speaking, Mutual of Omaha’s level benefit plan will come in at a lower cost than the majority of final expense companies. In particular, if you are between the age of 80 and 85, they will probably be your cheapest company. A lot of final expense companies will have a price surge for ages beyond 79. With Mutual of Omaha, this does not happen. For this reason, you will likely experience a lower price with them compared to any other final expense plan. For the most part, this low price rule is generally true for most age brackets. They just have really good rates for everyone.
From an underwriting perspective, they don’t have too many areas where they stand out. Notably, they are really good if you have squamous cell skin cancer. For a lot of the final expense plans, this kind of skin cancer is a flat out decline. There are some companies that accept it, but they place you in a higher risk category. The net result of that is higher monthly payments and a waiting period. Mutual of Omaha does not care about this kind of skin cancer. To them, having squamous cell skin cancer is the same as not having it. It makes no difference to them whatsoever.
Aside from that, they don’t have any niche underwriting situations where they shine brighter than other burial insurance companies. However, this is not a bad thing. Not every company has some underwriting spot that sets them apart. With Mutual of Omaha, their greatest call to action is their low price. So if you deal with minor things like high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, etc, they are a fantastic low price option for you. Furthermore, you can still take advantage of them if it’s been a couple of years since a major health event.
Face Amounts: $5,000-$25,000 (varies by age)
Riders: Accidental Death
The Secure Advantage burial insurance plan from Standard Life and Casualty made this list mainly due to price. In the first place, it’s important to note that this company is not available in many states. In fact, they only operate in 16 states, so they may not even be accessible to you. Standard Life & Casualty only has one plan available. You either qualify for it, or you don’t.
Generally speaking, they are typically referred to as a low price leader. In essence, their strategy is to price their burial insurance to be 10-15% cheaper than most companies. However, this is only feasible with tighter than normal underwriting. Insurance is all based on risk. If they charge less, they have to accept less. That’s the general rule of insurance.
All things considered, their underwriting is actually not that bad. They allow all the common health conditions present among seniors. Additionally, they have a standard two year look back on major health events like heart attack, stroke, cancer, or circulatory surgeries. However, if you deal with any kind of chronic illness, you likely will not qualify. They really want to focus on receiving healthy applicants to comprise the bulk of their business. This is how they are able to offer the lower than average rates.
In spite of all the talk of having stricter than normal underwriting, they actually do accept one condition is usually an issue with most carriers. Strangely, they do not care if you have diabetic neuropathy. Generally speaking, this is a condition that causes major problems with most final expense companies. More of than not, diabetic neuropathy results in waiting periods and higher prices. In some cases, it will cause you to get flat out declined. However, Standard Life and Casualty will freely accept you even if you have diabetic nerve pains.
At the end of the day, if you are healthy enough to qualify with them, you have yourself a great burial insurance plan. It will be hard to find a lower price option.
About the Choice Mutual Difference
Choice Mutual is the most trusted burial insurance resource on the web. Nowhere else will you find a more experienced and qualified agency to guide you on your search for final expense insurance. We are not a jack of all trades. For the last five years, we have focused only on burial insurance. We always have and always will be experts in this business. Finally, you might be wondering what sets us apart from the other companies. All in all, there are 3 key elements that make Choice Mutual uniquely qualified to serve your burial insurance needs.
- We are an independent agency. This independence is why we can freely represent all the top final expense companies in the nation. In the end, we shop all the companies for you, so you get the best deal possible on your burial insurance.
- We have a P.H.D. in burial insurance underwriting due to our vast experience exclusively in this business. This intimate familiarity of burial insurance underwriting enables us to know with virtual certainly which company will provide you with the best burial insurance plan based on your individual risk.
- We are truly committed to helping you secure the best burial insurance plan possible. We do not care which insurance company happens to be your best option. All we care about is doing what’s best for you and your family.
If you need help with burial insurance, we would love to earn your business. You can call us at 1-800-644-2926. If you prefer that we call you, just fill out the quote form. A licensed agent will be in touch shortly.