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Traditional health insurance doesn’t always cover everything. Help cover the unexpected costs of:

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You want to protect the people you love most. Our life insurance benefits can be used to help pay for final expenses or pay off debts.
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Why Washington National?


For over 110 years, Washington National has been helping Americans protect themselves from the financial hardship that so often comes with critical illness, accidents and loss of life.


Introducing more than 4 billion reasons why we’re committed to our policyholders. For more than 20 years, we’ve offered products that include premium return benefits, paying out more than $4 billion to our policyholders.


Washington National is rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company. An A rating indicates an excellent ability to meet our ongoing insurance obligations.*


"If I hadn’t had the insurance and my insurance agent’s help to fall back on, I don’t know what we would have done."

"What a shock when I was diagnosed with cancer. Cancer didn’t even run in my family. All I could think of was how glad I was we bought that Washington National cancer policy."

"I have nothing but good things to say about our experience with Washington National. The policy was there when we needed it, and the return of premium is a huge bonus."

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