Sue knows first-hand how tough it can be, to find affordable life insurance for diabetic children.
I work for a large, regional insurance agency that provides life and health insurance services in addition to property/casualty insurance that I deal with.
I wanted to provide my diabetic son with a life insurance policy that could be continued in force as he ages.
I knew it would be difficult.
Steve was the only agent that responded to my initial questions and was able to assist me to the end.
Even the people here in my office were unable to provide me with the efficient, professional service Steve provided.
All of the other agents I approached, including the agent that handles my life insurance policies, were unable to help me at all, offered outrageous premium quotes or simply never returned calls or responded to me in any way.
Diabetic children face a tough road. Not just in health, but in financial planning as well.
We can help pave the way.
Please complete our life insurance quote form. We will call you for a 10-minute fact-finding conversation, in order to prepare your child's profile.
Should you have any questions, please email Steve at any time. Or simply call him toll-free, at (866) 633-1818.
Steven Kobrin, LUTCF
6-05 Saddle River Rd #103
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
(866) 633-1818 Phone
(201) 796-8244 Fax
Steven Kobrin, LUTCF, is life insurance licensed in DC and 48 states. Residents of Hawaii and Alaska should NOT request a life insurance quote. Use of this web site indicates understanding of these statements.
by Steven Kobrin, LUTCF. All rights reserved.
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