- Life Insurance
Life Insurance Company, an Aetna U.S. Healthcare company,
ranks among the top five group benefits companies, providing
life, disability and long term care coverage for approximately
13 million Americans. For more than 85 years, Aetna has been
at the forefront of managing complex risk programs, solving
employers' financial problems and developing benefit solutions.
With strength in both health benefits and group coverage,
Aetna is uniquely qualified to help employers address issues
of employee productivity, chronic illness, aging, and financial
Group Life Key Facts
top 5 group life benefits providers based on LIMRA 2000
in-force premium statistics
than 10 million group lives and AD&D members
for employers of virtually any size (10 or more employees)
beneficiary management service capabilities
writing capability for life insurance beneficiaries
to financial planning for employees, retirees, and beneficiaries
portable versions of group universal life and supplemental
array of family-friendly AD&D coverages Life Safety
Net in the event of a layoff
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Insurance to You
Group Insurance is here for you. When it comes to life, disability,
and long term care programs, you are our customers. And well
give you the best service we possibly can, as well as do whatever
we can, to offer solutions to meet your changing needs.
you are looking for security for your family, addressing the
needs of your valued employees, or advising your employer
clients, well give you the simple tools and support
you need to meet your goals.
family, employees and clients count on you just as you can
count on us. Confidence, security, simplicity...thats
the Aetna assurance to you.
The Aetna assurance to Members & Consumers
Life Insurance Company provides comprehensive coverage through
group life, group disability, and group long-term care programs.
Our pledge is to do our best to offer meaningful benefits
and superior service to help you achieve a lifetime of financial
security for you and your loved ones.
provide coverage to millions of Americans through plans sponsored
by employers across the country. You may be eligible for one
of these programs. But even if you're not, the following information
can help you make important decisions about protecting your
family and their lifestyle.