American Assurance USA Launches Burial Insurance Quote Comparison Service

A same-day approval quote comparison service to help people find burial and final expenses insurance has been launched nationwide by American Assurance USA to support loved ones left behind.

A new same-day approval online quote comparison service to help people find burial and final expenses insurance has been launched. The nationwide service from American Assurance USA is available in all 50 states and offers protection to seniors and people who want to ensure their beneficiaries understand how their estate should be used to avoid unexpected burial costs.

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The newly launched quote comparison service gathers options from most final expense insurance carriers. American Assurance USA says when people can view all their options in one place, they can easily make an informed decision based on their needs.

American Assurance USA says life insurance has various types of insurance cover, with burial insurance being one of those options. It is often referred to as ‘final expenses insurance’ or ‘funeral insurance’ and is a low death benefit type of insurance. Find out more via the company LinkedIn page at

Final expense and burial insurance can cover the costs of funerals including cremation. Individuals are guaranteed to be approved as it is open to everyone and no medical exam is required. The rates are affordable, and individuals can search for the most competitive rates online free of charge without speaking to a salesperson or third party.

When considering burial insurance, the expert team at American Assurance USA say people may want to consider their needs. For instance, how much death benefit an individual might need can be calculated based on the graveyard charges and memorial expenditure. The cost of funerals can vary, but the minimum amount is estimated to be around $10,000.

Burial insurance ranges from $5,000 to $25,000, so it is important that individuals consider how much they may need to cover their costs. Planning means the wishes of the person who has passed can be taken into consideration and it can prevent family members from struggling to raise funds.

A company spokesperson said: “It’s important for you to consider all the points discussed with a clear idea of your own needs so you can quickly decide which is the best deal for you. Whatever you decide to do, make sure you leave details of the policy with a trusted relative, attorney, or friend.”

“Many life insurance policies are never distributed because the beneficiaries don’t have enough information to access the fund. To avoid confusion and to make the claiming process easier for loved ones left behind, you are advised to make multiple copies of your policy information,” they added.

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the website provided. Alternatively, visit the company Facebook page at

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