Life Insurance Request a Quote Have You Seen the New Life Insurance? Most people purchase life insurance to provide a legacy of financial security to their loved ones at the time of their death. Doesn’t it make sense for the benefits to extend and be available for you if you need them while you’re still living? Living Benefits – life insurance you don’t have to DIE to USE. Life Insurance with Living BenefitsAt ISU – the Stratton Agency, we recommend policies from the Alliance Group which are infused with enhancements that allow you to accelerate your policy’s benefits to get much-needed money in your hands if you are to suffer a terminal, chronic, or critical illness – such as heart attack, stroke, or cancer diagnosis – or in case of a critical injury. It’s a game-changing feature that is revolutionizing the face of the life insurance industry. Watch the video to learn more about how Living Benefits life insurance works – and then take action to protect yourself and your finances! Watch the video to learn more about how Living Benefits life insurance works – and then take action to protect yourself and your finances! Living Benefits: The Smartphones of Life Insurance from Alliance Group on Vimeo. Now You Know.If you are still protecting your family and finances with the “old kind” of life insurance that only pays out if you die, we need to talk.Living Benefits life insurance is the new, evolved kind of life insurance. With Living Benefits, you have the power to accelerate your death benefit while you’re still living if you suffer a heart attack, cancer diagnosis, stroke, or any other critical, chronic, or terminal illness. This ability can help save your financial life, and helps protect you from the cause of 60% of the bankruptcies in the U.S. every year – medical bankruptcy following a critical illness.It comes down to one simple question:Do you want the option to access your death benefit when you need it most, or not?Get the NEW kind of life insurance – Contact Us NOW! Request a Quote Name Email Address Phone Question Thank you! Oops!