To help you determine if term life insurance is right for you, consider the following questions. Do you:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a term life insurance policy from Erie Family Life1 may be the answer for you. When you buy term insurance, you get to choose how long you need it and how much coverage you want.
With ERIE, you can select from 5-, 10-, 15-, 20- or 30-year plans. We offer two term life insurance plans, including an easy-to-purchase option and level term insurance.
We don’t want obstacles like a long application or medical exam requirements to get in the way of purchasing life insurance. With ERIE, it’s easy to get up to $90,000 worth of term life insurance coverage by answering a few medical questions. You’ll get an answer within 15 minutes.
It can be an ideal way for part-time employees, entrepreneurs, first-time life insurance buyers, stay-at-home caregivers and others to quickly and easily get this essential coverage.
ERIE also offers level term insurance. It provides life insurance for the period of time that best suits your needs. You can select from a 10-, 15-, 20- or 30-year plan. Coverage can be purchased starting at age 0, and the face amount of the policy and premium payments remain level for the period of time you select.
You’ll also have the opportunity to convert your term policy to a permanent life plan, which provides coverage for your whole life. We guarantee this conversion privilege regardless of health, occupation or hobbies.2
To find out if term life insurance is the right solution for you, get in touch with a local ERIE agent for more information. Our independent insurance agents are licensed professionals who can help you review your life insurance options.
1ERIE® life insurance products and services are provided by Erie Family Life Insurance Company, a member of Erie Insurance Group, and are not available in New York. See individual policies for specific coverage details. Certain terms and limitations may apply. Refer to our disclaimer for additional information.
2The term policy and conversion privilege must take place during the level period or before age 70, whichever comes first. The face amount of the replacement policy must be equal to or less than the face amount of the term policy.