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Planning Ahead: Minimizing The Blow Of An Unexpected Tragedy

You’ve most likely experienced that moment of bliss, peace, and contentment, where you’re happy, everything in your life is functioning and then BAM! One of life’s curveballs strikes you out of nowhere knocking off your feet either psychologically, physically or both. This post is designed with the tragic events that occur in life, making the unexpected expected so that you may prepare for the worse scenarios, beyond heart-breaks and dropping your Starbucks rushing to work. It’s the moments you might never have guessed would happen to you, such as injury, illness or worse! In a bid to remain positive over otherwise depressing subjects, follow the points to prepare you (and loved ones) for the unpredictable, to minimize the blow of an unexpected tragedy.

Insuring You

Some people  debate over life insurances validity and necessity. On the one hand, when you’re fit and well, have nothing to lose, no commitments, family, pets, you may not think twice about life insurance. But if you’re on the other side; maybe your health isn’t what it was. You like a drop of whiskey every night, and you have a lot to lose in terms of a houses and a well-paying career. But most importantly you’re part of a unit, a family and this is your top priority. Your family in one way or another (emotionally or financially) depends on you and what you bring to the household. Choosing to buy life insurance for you is considerate, it sets your family up to care for you without the thick black cloud of financial stress looming over their heads and hearts.

Money Tree

This is a metaphor, of course, to describe your potential emergency savings, beginning as a tiny acorn and growing tall into a mighty oak to support you through the tough times. Alongside life insurance, an easy access emergency fund will tie you and your family over until you receive incase you’re waiting for a life insurance pay out. Money can’t make you happy, but in society, it can solve a lot of problems. For instance, if you need medical attention that your medical insurance doesn’t cover, your backup fund will support you. By strictly budgeting your income and outgoing, you can arrive at a conclusion of how much you can reasonably afford to save per month as a safety net should a tragedy involving your health and wellness occur.

Appoint An Attorney

If you’re amongst the waves of a tragedy such by an injury or illness caused as we speak, appointing an attorney will fill the gap of knowledge you are currently missing to hopefully gain you compensation should the state of your health be due to another individual or business. Even if you are not experiencing a catastrophe, familiarising yourself with lawyers such as Aitken Aitken Cohn, gauging their reputation and expertise and building a professional relationship with them could put you in good stead in the future when you need their professional support and advice. Besides fighting your corner for an unjust injury or illness, a lawyer will also be able to help you build a will should you pass away, to ensure all of your assets, property and so forth are divided as you requested

Events we dread and hope will never occur to us or anyone require some preparation and planning to avoid the potential losses you will incur as a result of a critical illness or injury. Which is why saving a backup fund, gaining life insurance and seeking an attorney for the futures unforeseeable events will help minimize the impact of a tragedy for you and your family.

Article written by:

Chris Vetrano

From a young age Chris Vetrano was raised as a connoisseur of music, incorporating every sound, note and beat deep into his life. It was clear to everyone that knew him that Chris' destiny was and would always be somewhere in the music industry. When Chris is not working with artists and lifestyle brands or planning high-profile events, he spends his time sharing his favorite new music, food and lifestyle discoveries on his successful blog and web series, Listen! It's Vetrano, which has been recognized by some of music's top performers, including Justin Timberlake, Matt Morris, Neon Trees and Cassadee Pope.

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