Burial Insurance

Burial Insurance

An insurance policy that pays for the policyholder's funeral upon his/her death. Burial insurance pays for expenses such as preparation of the body, the casket, the flowers, and so forth. The benefits from burial insurance are paid upon death, provided the policyholder does not live past 100. As with all insurance, one pays a premium to receive the benefits. Burial insurance is also called funeral insurance.
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CEO, James Blackledge, said that after a period of paring operations, the firm now has plans for future growth that include at least one potential acquisition and possible new products such as dental and vision insurance and burial insurance.
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was to have taken effect, someone in charge of the Jacksonville burial insurance company wired $5.
Burial Insurance, in one form or another, has been in use in many places around the globe since the days of the Roman Empire.
Addington also was told to submit to the court all certificates of stock, bonds, keys to any safety deposit boxes, and contracts of life and burial insurance.
Could Congress, Justice Samuel Alito asked, require us to purchase burial insurance, since we are all in the death market?
2 COVERAGE FROM BURIAL INSURANCE COMPANIES IS NOT THE DEAL IT SEEMS TO BE.
It was an organization that provided illness, death, and burial insurance when those services were not available through traditional and white-owned companies and organizations.
In one case, Lieber wrote about an 81-year-old African-American woman who had been paying for burial insurance for nearly a half- century.
Burial insurance was not unheard of at the time, but it was an unpopular option among blacks due to the bureaucracy involved in dealing with any white-owned corporation and difficulty blacks had in actually obtaining it.