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Combined Life Insurance Company

The Combined Life Insurance Company was founded in 1919 by a sixteen year old boy. It has grown until it has offices all over the world. Its focus is still to deliver quality supplemental insurance to families. The company’s goals are to design more effective distribution systems and to address new needs of the modern customer. To reach these goals, Combined Life Insurance Company is exploring ways to use modern technology to improve customer relationships and find new markets. The company’s products cover the full range of affordable supplemental insurance for accident, life, health, disability, cancer, Medicare supplement, long-term care, and critical illness insurance.

This subsidiary of the Aon Corporation, one of the largest insurance, brokerage and consulting firms in the world, is financially stable, as the ratings below will attest. They are committed to creative, positive results for the protection of their customers. Combined Life Insurance Company has total assets of $2.7 billion, with over $1.2 billion insurance in force.

Insurance products to supplement existing policies are available for businesses as well as individuals. Group policies for businesses include disability income, level term life insurance, universal, life insurance, and types of health insurance. For individuals, there are a variety of whole and term life products.

 



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