My policy withNorthWestern Mutual is $715,000.00 of life insurance and it does have a disability rider on it so it is fully paid by NorthWestern Mutual.
My accident was in 2001 and it has been fully paid since then and will stay paid due to my disability.
My agent and his office staff (Mary K) are absolutely amazing in the service and communication provied to us. Through a very trying year of car and home and even theft situations I've felt totally understood and represented. They went above and beyond any expectations to make sure I was satisfied and not "lost" in the shuffle of adjusters, contractors and law enforcement.
I have this through my employer but I also bought the dependent and extra accident insurance and both were very affordable! My father had this insurance also and when he passed away in 2015 they were very easy to work with!
The process for signing up was very easy and they offer a lot of help from talking to a therapist to finding a lawyer. I've been a client of theirs for three years now and I will continue to for as long as I can.
You may love it till you try to cancel it. I guess the guy who signed up my business signed us up for Aflac Always. Of course, we had never heard those words till I tried to cancel policy years later. You can't. Every time you call you get a different answer on how to cancel, from sending in Letterhead with cancellation to "just disregard the letters and it will lapse". I have noticed more and more businesses going this "what cha gonna do?" route. Because basically, we have no recourse if help is not given.
I have been trying to cash in this policy every since nov.2015,talked to 8 to 9 different people.Here it is June 6 2016 and have not received the forms yet that I need to cash this policy in. T his absolutly disgraceful for company such as this. Never will I deal with this company again or will I advise anyone else to deal with these unethical people.
Don’t waste your money on extended care insurance. This is totally a scam. My parents have been paying for years on two policies. Now when we want to use the insurance it is all but useless. They have a 90 day elimination period for in-home care, and 100 day elimination period.
What means is we have to pay for the first 90 days of in home care, if my father survives and is not eliminated in 90 days then they will start paying… supposedly. This is insurance will not guarantee that you won’t go bankrupt from paying for extended health care. As it turns out the local non-profit hospice care will provide in home help at no charge so this policy is nothing but a rip off and waste of time and money.
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