So you go to bed one night and wake up the next morning expecting to see your alarm clock. Instead, you see a woman with white skin and whiter hair looking in your face upside down and behind her is a blue-skinned bald woman st anding like a professor, evaluating you like a bug. You try to move but a gargantuan figure with a sword on his back snaps you back in the bed with his tongue (yes, his tongue). You look around to the only humans in the room, dressed in black leather, and instead the long-haired on points a gun in your face and asks, “Who are you?” The man next to her laughs and notes that you’re not in Kansas anymore.
Fortunately, the above scenario is not likely to occur since it’s a fantasy scene out of the famous science fiction cable show, Farscape. And all the characters are the core cast from the show, like D’argo, Aeryn Sun, Zhaan, and John Crichton, for example. However, after going through a session of life insurance sales pitches, you might think your insurance agent sounds like the big guy with the tongue when you can’t underst and what he’s saying anymore about coverage.
A good life insurance company will speak in regular English and take as long as necessary to help a client underst and what type of coverage is available and what sort of benefits are included. This is critical because, after all, life insurance is for those loved ones left behind. So it matters to know how things are going to work, for sure, every time. Of course, if you had a time machine, you could come back and enforce cheaper policy with D’argo as the muscle, but working with a good provider is a lot easier.