Legal & General America (LGA), is a top-rated life insurance company. Legal & General America has issued over a million policies in the U.S. for more than 70 years and currently has $734 billion of coverage in force. LGA has achieved superior ratings according to several independent financial strength measures.
Your policy can help your loved ones in their greatest time of need. It can help cover some of life’s biggest expenses, like a home mortgage, debt, your children’s college tuition, and it can also replace lost income. Your policy can also help cover everyday expenses—anything your beneficiaries need, really. Ultimately, it’s up to them to decide how to use the payout.
Life insurance does cover deaths related to COVID-19, and life insurance rates are not impacted by the pandemic. We’re not treating this any differently than we would any other illness or travel advisory. You can still apply for life insurance online with Ethos. If your application is approved, you’ll be considered covered as soon as your first premium payment is made. Learn more
All policies offered by Ethos have level premiums, meaning your price will never increase once you’ve locked in your initial rate—even as you age or if your health changes.
However, since life insurance becomes more expensive as you age, the sooner you buy it, the more affordable it will be. Applying today means you can lock in a low monthly rate and save the most money in the long run. Learn more
A common and easy way to come up with a coverage estimate is to multiply your annual income by 10. Another way is to calculate your long-term financial obligations and then subtract your assets. The remainder is the gap that life insurance needs to fill. It can be difficult to know what to include in your calculations, so we created a life insurance calculator to help you determine your coverage needs.
You may already have some life insurance coverage from your employer. However, that policy might only provide a fraction of the coverage you actually need. Employer-sponsored policies typically offer coverage that is about 1-2X your annual salary. However, financial experts recommend having coverage that is about 10X your salary. This disparity can result in a large gap in protection if you’re solely relying on your policy through work—which is why many people buy individual term policies to supplement the coverage you receive through work. Learn more