Term Life Insurance for Those “Dumb Ways to Die”
Having term life insurance for those "dumb ways to die" is very important. Premature death happens more often than it should, and having a life insurance policy in place prepares you and your loved ones financially if a random situation occurs. Learn more about term life insurance for those "dumb ways to die" here with a lighthearted PSA from Melbourne’s metro system.
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UPDATED: Oct 31, 2020
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You may have seen the ‘Dumb Ways to Die’ video already. It’s been around since November of 2012 and has nearly 50 million YouTube views. And you know it’s a hit when there’s a parody video made. Heck, there’s even a Dumb Ways to Die app for iOS and Android!
The term life insurance industry doesn’t lend itself to comedy very well. We talk and write a lot about premature death and protecting your family in case it happens to you. Pretty serious stuff. So when something like this comes along and (successfully) pokes fun, we simply must share it!
Fair Warning: The tune is catchy and is likely to stick in your head for the rest of the day.