We strive to be your most trusted partner in pursuing the right life insurance
Online Since 1995 . . . And Still Going Strong
We’ve been helping people buy life insurance online for over 23 years. In fact, we launched our first website a full year before Google!
See how far we’ve come — our original website from 1995.
We specialize in life insurance. Period.
No home, auto, health or other insurances here. Our focus since day one has been on life insurance only. We have a feeling you’re going to appreciate that.
An Internet Original
With the launch of our first website in July 1995, QuickQuote was one of the Internet’s original life insurance quoting and purchasing marketplaces.
Many of the nation’s life insurance companies were initially reluctant to allow their products to be sold on this ‘unproven’ commerce platform. We had to convince them to try this new distribution channel; thus paving the way for most of the life insurance websites found on the Internet today.
Being the first of our kind, QuickQuote was designed and developed from scratch … a true original. The company soon blossomed into a consumer’s dream … a simple, painless way to compare and purchase life insurance without the hassles of meeting with an agent.
Meet the Experts
QuickQuote.com’s expert team focuses on ensuring our content and services uphold the highest standards of integrity. Our dedicated team also manages our extensive writing network, which guarantees the information you receive is accurate, evidence-based, current, and trustworthy.
A team of life insurance experts reviews our content, ensuring that existing and new content is accurate so you can make the best decisions about your life insurance.
We strive to be your most trusted partner in pursuing the right life insurance. Our team of experts has evolved over the years as we return to content to ensure it continues to meet our standard of accuracy. Schimri Yoyo (below) had been reviewing content for us, but Benji Carr is our current life insurance expert.
Tim Bain, Founder & Life Insurance Agent
Tim is a licensed life insurance agent with 23 years of experience helping people protect their families and businesses with term life insurance. He writes and creates stuff for QuickQuote and other insurance and financial websites.
Joel Ohman, CEO & CFP®
Joel Ohman is the CEO of a private equity backed digital media company. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, author, angel investor, and serial entrepreneur who loves creating new things, whether books or businesses. He has also previously served as the founder and resident CFP® of a national insurance agency, Real Time Health Quotes. He also has an MBA from the University of South Florida.
Joel has been mentioned in many different online and print publications including AOL.com, BusinessInsider.com, ChicagoTribune.com, Inc.com, OppLoans, HavenLife, BestCompany, National Christian Foundation to name a few as an insurance expert.
Schimri Yoyo, Licensed Agent & Financial Advisor
Schimri Yoyo is a financial advisor with active life and health insurance licenses in seven states. Born in Haiti. Reared in Brockton, MA. Matured in Philadelphia. Schimri is a proud graduate of Arcadia University, having earned both a Masters in Special Education and an MFA in Creative Writing from the castle-riddled campus in Glenside, PA. By personality and by profession, Schimri is an educator and a storyteller who is eager to assist individuals and families to craft and complete their own financial success stories.
Melissa Morris, Professor of Nutrition & Kinesiology
Melissa Morris has a BS and MS in exercise science and a doctorate in educational leadership. She is an ACSM certified exercise physiologist and an ISSN certified sports nutritionist. She teaches nutrition and applied kinesiology at the University of Tampa.
She has been featured on Yahoo, HuffPost, Eat This, Bulletproof, Vitacost, LIVESTRONG, Toast Fried, The Trusty Spotter, Best Company, Healthline, Popsugar, She Knows, Thrive Global, Badass Body Project, and Carex.
D. Gilson, PhD, Professor & Published Author
D. Gilson is a writer and author of essays, poetry, and scholarship that explore the relationship between popular culture, literature, sexuality, and memoir. His latest book is Jesus Freak, with Will Stockton, part of Bloomsbury’s 33 1/3 Series.
His other books include I Will Say This Exactly One Time and Crush. His first chapbook, Catch & Release, won the 2012 Robin Becker Prize from Seven Kitchens. His second chapbook, Brit Lit, a series of poems on Saint Britney Spears, is available from Sibling Rivalry Press. D. is the editor of Lunch and lives in the Missouri Ozarks.
Laura D. Adams, Insurance & Finance Analyst
Laura Adams is one of the nation’s leading finance, insurance, and small business authorities. As an award-winning author, spokesperson, and host of the top-rated Money Girl podcast since 2008, millions of readers, listeners, and loyal fans benefit from her practical advice.
Laura is a trusted source for national media who frequently seek her practical advice on various finance topics for TV, radio, online articles, and print publications. She’s been featured on most major news outlets, including ABC, Bloomberg, CBS, Consumer Reports, Forbes, Fortune, FOX, Money, MSN, NBC, NPR, NY Times, USA Today, US News, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and more.
Her mission is to empower consumers to live healthy and rich lives by making the most of what they have, planning for the future, and making smart money decisions every day. She received an MBA from the University of Florida and lives in Vero Beach, Florida.
Rachael Brennan, Licensed Insurance Agent
Rachael Brennan has been working in the insurance industry since 2006 when she began working as a licensed insurance representative for 21st Century Insurance, during which time she earned her Property and Casualty license in all 50 states.
After several years she expanded her insurance expertise, earning her license in Health and AD&D insurance as well. She has worked for small health insurance exchanges as well as some of the biggest health insurance companies in the nation, including Blue Cross Blue Shield. After deciding to pursue a writing career several years ago, she has circled back to the insurance industry.
AJ Julien, Insurance Expert
Ayanna Julien is a managing editor for QuickQuote. She is a writer, editor, researcher, and passionate consumer advocate who loves sharing tips and hacks to improve lives. She previously served as the content editor for an international media company, which published content about insurance, among other business and financial topics. She also has a Doctorate of Business Administration from Argosy University – Chicago.
Luke Fitzpatrick, Insurance Expert
Luke Fitzpatrick covers blockchain trends on Forbes. He has been published in Yahoo! News, Influencive and Tech In Asia. He is a guest lecturer at the University of Sydney, lecturing in Cross-Cultural Management and the Pre-MBA Program.
Benji Carr, Former Licensed Life Insurance Agent
Benjamin Carr was a licensed insurance agent in Georgia and has two years’ experience in life, health, property and casualty coverage. He has worked with State Farm and other risk management firms. He is also a strategic writer and editor with a background in branding, marketing, and quality assurance. He has been in military newsrooms — literally on the frontline of journalism.
Chris Tepedino, Feature Writer
Chris Tepedino is a feature writer that has written extensively about auto insurance for numerous websites. He has a college degree in communication from the University of Tennessee and has experience reporting, researching investigative pieces, and crafting detailed, data-driven features.
The Final Frontier
Shortly after the launch of our first website, the press began to notice the company and endorse the online life insurance concept. This exposure helped get the business moving and growing.
On September 6, 1996, the New York Times featured QuickQuote and one of its customers on the front page of its ‘Money & Business’ Section. The Times stated, ‘So far, the number of Internet shoppers is small, probably no more than a few thousand. But relatively young people, who are already comfortable with the Internet as a resource for information or retail sales, are starting to turn to it for life insurance needs as well.’
In December 1996, Fortune magazine also featured QuickQuote in one of that publication’s earliest articles on the Internet, titled ‘The Birth of Digital Commerce.’ The article stated, ‘The wave of the future is new kinds of brokers like QuickQuote, that carve niches by bringing sellers and buyers together in novel ways.’ QuickQuote was in good company with other websites Fortune noted as pioneers in their respective industries, including Amazon.com, Auto-by-Tel and Onsale.
What Our Customers Think
Most people should buy the cheapest renewable term life insurance they can find. A good place to comparison shop is QuickQuote.com.Parade Magazine
You earned my trust and my business immediately when I didn't have to give you my email address for a quote. All the others I checked asked for this.Pittsburgh, PA
"I was VERY pleased with all your communication along the way. It was all much easier than I expected due to your assistance with the process."Geneva, IL
For Our Media Friends
Our team loves partnering with media members to craft engaging stories with compelling visuals, data, and expert information.
If you’re a media member and would like to talk, please contact us. We’ll respond in a time sensitive manner so that you can meet your publication deadlines.
Since 1995, publications such as Money, Parents, Kiplinger’s, Business Week, Smart Money, Parade, and The Web magazines have cited QuickQuote for its consumer-oriented approach to life insurance distribution. In fact, the consumer has always been the focus of QuickQuote’s efforts.
In 1996, while other life insurance websites were directing potential customers to ‘give them a call’ in order to obtain quotes, our website was allowing customers to generate their own quotes online. Life insurance agents throughout the country were turning to our website to generate quotes for their customers!
In 1997, we added technology to our website quoting systems to provide ‘customized’ rates based on the customer’s age, height, weight, tobacco use, health conditions and background. Our development of this technology allowed customers to see life insurance quotes for which they could actually qualify.
In 1999, the company released its first major website redesign. We added more life insurance companies, different types of life and health insurance products, an audio library of insurance educational material, automatic e-mail notices to applicants regarding the underwriting process and a higher level of quoting stability from our life quoting system.
We expect all writers and editors at QuickQuote.com to comply with these guidelines when creating content. Writers are responsible for the accuracy of their work. Confirming information and double-checking facts are of the utmost importance.
Our writing and editorial team will not accept any payment of any kind in exchange for positive content or reviews of a company or vehicle. We write what we know. We take pride in creating honest content.
Our team has over 60 years of experience in the insurance industry. There will be information we don’t know or is up for debate, and we will be open about that.
As our goal is to produce consistent, professional content, our writing team takes care to use fair language in all of our work.
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Seattle, Washington 98104-2205
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