The underwriting is lengthy and highly intrusive. I guess that's why their financial ratings are good, they have a safe portfolio. The advantage to SF is that you can always deal with a live person, face-to-face at an independently owned office. If it's a relationship you like, then they are very good. You pay for it though. Premiums seem higher than average.
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.
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.
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