For many people, the concept of death and the consequences for those we leave behind is scary. While dwelling on this subject can be unpleasant, it’s important to know that your family is going to be taken care of when you die. Do you know where your money is going? To get a better idea of what happens to our assets when we pass on, here is a guide.
It may come as a surprise to many, but guns don’t cause anywhere near as many deaths as other unnatural causes do, even though the news and other media would have you believe otherwise. The facts speak louder than words, so get your data straight before spreading misinformation.
In 2010, 118,043 people died as a result of an unintentional injury, making it the 5th leading cause of death in the United States. Get the facts and learn how you can protect yourself from personal injury in the following infographic from Total Injury.
The odds of dying from a lightning strike are one in 134,906. Are you afraid of dying from strange types of injuries or accidents? You’re more likely to die of disease. TotalInjury.com takes a look at some “Unexpected Odds and Disproportionate Fears.”
Many people fear falling from high places, getting into a car wreck or being the victim of another tragic accident. People also fear less common events, like getting struck by lightning. What are the odds that occurrences like that would happen? What are the chances that you’ll die from some of these unusual types of accidents? This infographic by Total Injury takes a look at a few of them.
Ever wondered what will happen to your digital accounts when you die? Thinking of creating a social media will, but not really sure where to start? This concise infographic from Life Insurance Finder will provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to prepare for a digital death – from identifying your digital assets, choosing an estate planner and a memorial website.
The following infographic, published by WholeTerm Life Insurance Quotes.org, shows some interesting facts from death causes to types of life insurance. Interesting enough, it has been said that over 95 million US adults don’t have life insurance. The goal of this data visualization is to help you realize just how important coverage is and provide you with everything you need to know about life insurance coverage.
Do you put yourself at increased risk of dying every time you clock in at work? Check out this infographic on the most dangerous careers in the U.S. Did your gig make the list?