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San Dieog, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
Lifeline Direct Insurance Services, a nationally branded life insurance agency specializing in term life insurance, released a new infographic titled “Dangerous Jobs: Will Your Job Land You In An Early Grave?”
“Every year within the United States work-related accidents and mishaps are a primary cause of death.“ states Matt Loughran, from Lifeline Direct Insurance Services. Furthermore, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 4,547 Americans died on the job in 2010. Though it may be less than previous years it is still an overwhelming number of work-related deaths. “Help protect your family and their financial future with a term life insurance policy. The purchase of a term life insurance policy is a great way to financially provide for your loved ones after passing from a work-related accident.”
To view Lifeline Direct Insurance Services “Dangerous Jobs: Will Your Job Land You In An Early Grave?” visit:http://www.lifelinedirectinsurance.com/dangerous-jobs-will-your-job-land-you-in-an-early-grave/ or click here. By sharing the infographic on Social Media or blogs, consumers can help Lifeline Direct Insurance spread the word about financially protecting loved ones in case of a tragic event such as a work-related death.
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About Lifeline Direct Insurance Services
Direct Insurance Services was founded to assist clients in finding the right life insurance plan for their specific situation at the most competitive prices on the market. Lifeline Direct Insurance remains diligent in their goal to deconstruct and speed up the process of acquiring insurance for their clients. To obtain more information please contact Lifeline Direct Insurance Services at 877-805-9624 or http://www.lifelinedirectinsurance.com
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