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Free Fidelity Life Insurance Quote

Use the quote tool on the FLA website to get a free Fidelity Life Insurance quote. There are six policies/plans that can be purchased: rapid decision life, rapid decision express, rapid decision senior life/whole life, rapid decision final expense, rapid decision guaranteed issue, and accidental death benefit. Rapid decision life is a term policy that can provide benefits up to $1,000,000 (to qualified applicants). Rapid decision express is designed for people ages 18-65 and provides policyholders with benefits ranging from $50,000 to $250,000. The senior life/whole life policy option is designed for seniors (ages 50-85), offers flexible policy coverages and can provide up to $150,000 in benefits. The final expense plan is a permanent (whole life) policy that provides up to $35,000 in final expense coverage. More detailed information regarding each plan can be obtained by getting in touch with a local agent or by going to this page.

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Go to the homepage and click the “Get a Quote” link (in the upper left corner of the page – or in the center of the page as outlined below).


Step 2 – Select your level of nicotine use, gender, and then enter your ZIP code/date of birth. Click the “See my quote” button to view your instant rate.

Note: The online quote tool does not provide a detailed rate. Contact an agent to discuss all of your policy options and to receive a customized rate.


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