Are you ready to experience something new and to take control of the costs of your insurance benefits? Out of all of the internet and the 1000's of websites that offer insurance and financial advice and services, you have chosen to visit mine and I am honored. I appreciate your time and interest.


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  City Macon, GA
  Zip Code 31201
  Address 901 Washington Avenu
  Phone Number (478) 743-9191

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My name is Milton Daniel Martin IV but I prefer to be called Danny. Our office is conveniently located in historic downtown Macon, Georgia. Click on the "Contact" tab for the address and directions. I can meet with you in my office, your office, your home or somewhere in between. Some of my colleagues consider this to be old fashioned but if it works for you, it works for me. I work with people from all walks of life. There are no minimum or maximum income requirements. The only requirement is that you assume the responsibility of doing the right thing when it comes to accepting responsibility for yourself and your family.


You probably think of a disability as something that happens to other people. But simply believing "it won't happen to me" doesn't mean at some time in your life you won't be faced with a disabling illness or injury. In fact, in any given year, one in eight persons suffers a disability*- and they also thought it wouldn't happen to them. A disability can occur as easily as a misstep on a flight of stairs, or as suddenly as an oncoming car swerving out of control. It can take shape slowly, beginning as nothing more than an ache in your back or a pain in your chest.


You may have heard this familiar tag line in a radio advertisement from LIFE, The Life Insurance Insurance Foundation for Education, a not for profit foundation dedicated to increasing public awareness of the need to own life insurance. The advertisement plays the sound of a heart monitor beeping and then going to a steady tone, flat line, as the announcer talks about your heart stopping and then closing with the statement "Life insurance is for the people who live, not the people who die". If you think about it for a minute, you will realize the truth in that statement.


Without health insurance, a single illness can cause serious, and often irrevocable, financial hardship. Unfortunately, many people discover this fact after incurring a large medical claim. A few days in the hospital can cost $10,000 dollars. Follow up care adds to this cost. Without an ability to pay, the quality of care delivered, if delivered at all, will be substantially less than care provided when services are paid for. No one wants to work for free. Insurance of any kind is intended to transfer financial risk to an insurance company in exchange for a reasonable insurance premium.