Dan Lehane owned and operated a litigation support company for 15 years before coming onboard with Family Heritage Life Insurance Company of America (FHL) in 2011. Dan was drawn to the residual income opportunity.
To his surprise, what he found most rewarding is working with the amazing people. “The culture at FHL is amazing and almost unbelievable. I have never seen a Company that has so many people willing to help each other. The mentality is one of abundance,” Dan says.
That mentality of abundance, of willingness to help, is one that Dan strongly believes in.
It’s clear what he chooses to support outside his own family, career, and Sales Professionals. Dan says, “The Texas Center for the Missing is a nonprofit group I support that helps find missing people – in Texas, they run the Amber Alert program.”
Dan’s desire to help others makes him passionate about just how much Family Heritage Life can help people.
“There are so many families that have to go through a catastrophic accident or disease. We can’t stop bad things from happening to people, but our products can help eliminate the financial stress,” says Dan.
Dan is eager to help people in Houston and surrounding areas that don’t have any supplemental insurance coverage. “It is our mission to protect as many families as possible before they have to deal with cancer, heart problems, or a catastrophic accident.”
With four children of his own, taking care of and spending time with his family reminds Dan every day why he does what he does.
He encourages anyone to take advantage of the amazing opportunity with FHL, and his advice is simple: “Work hard. The first day is the hardest, but it gets easier every day – and it’s worth it!”
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