The standard Beta distribution is a suitable distribution for modeling the data that include proportions. In many situations which the data of proportions include a considerable number of zeros and ones, the inflated beta distributions are more appropriate. When probabilities of recording such observations are proportional to a nonnegative weight function, the recorded observations distributed as a weighted inflated Beta. This article focuses on the size biased inflated Beta distribution as a special case of weighted inflated Beta distribution with the power weight function. Some properties of this distribution is studied and its parameters are estimated using maximum likelihood and method of moments approaches. The estimators are compared via a simulation study. Finally, the real mortality data set is fitted for this model.