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It’s an unpleasant truth, but it turns out that “every state ranks dead last in at least one unsavory category,” according to this map of the United States found on Pleated-Jeans.com.  Along with the map, the story featured statistics for each state – including Illinois’ rate of robbery with 284.7 incidences for every 100,000 people, Kansas’ poor health rates (according to limited activity days per month), and Missouri’s rate of 700 per every 100,000 people who declare bankruptcy. 

                                          

There are no quick-fixes for the reality of these rankings, but if these are the truths these states must face, it might help to become proactive to fight against them.  For Illinois residents, insuring your home, vehicle, and valuable belongings could give you protection against theft.  With poor health rates in Kansas, health and life insurance could help alleviate those expenses as well as financially protect families who are affected by the loss of loved ones.  In Missouri, liability and life coverage wouldn’t be a bad idea for businesses and residents to take seriously so that in case of injury, death, or damage, there could be a safety net to bear some of the financial weight.   

Missouri, Illinois, and Kansas: While you cannot protect against every unforeseeable circumstance, for all of your insurance needs, CLH has you covered! 
Get a Quote Today!

                                                                                                                                             
Posted by Melissa Caratachea

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