Immediate Alert is a national emergency contact program providing a 24/7 hotline designed to alert you when accident and medical emergencies occur in your family.
Each year, there are over 6 million car accidents and over a third of those result in injuries. If you and your family want to know immediately when an accident has struck your family member then Immediate Alert is the program for you. The average time it takes to notify family is almost 6 hours. With Immediate Alert you know the details of the emergency within minutes so you could be there to comfort your family member and provide emergency personnel with crucial medical history. Get a one-year membership for only $39.95
If you are concerned about your family and want to be the first to know if there is an accident, then Immediate Alert is the program for you. An accident can strike at anytime. The average time it takes to notify family is just under 6 hours. During those six hours, how will you feel not knowing the location of your family member or how to contact them? Immediate Alert can take away the panic of not knowing where your loved ones are or what has happened to them. With Immediate Alert you will know within minutes after an emergency has struck your family. You will now be able to provide not only necessary medical information but also support for your sick or injured family members. Family memberships are only $59.95.
Immediate Alert customers provide up to 4 contacts to be notified when accident and medical emergencies occur. Immediate Alert customers are provided with identification cards and automobile decals to carry with them at all times. The identification cards are recognized nationally by emergency officials. They provide the necessary information to contact Immediate Alert with emergency related information. In the event of an emergency, an Immediate Alert's Call Center Representative will access our secure database to retrieve the contacts you have provided until someone is notified. Once contact is made, the Call Center will inform family members of the emergency situation.