Lincoln Financial Health Insurance
About Lincoln Financial
Lincoln Financial Group is a diversified financial services organization headquartered in the Philadelphia region. With $171 billion in assets under management as of March 31, 2009, Lincoln Financial Group has been serving the financial needs of customers across the U.S and the United Kingdom since 1905.
Lincoln traces its origin to June 12, 1905, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as the Lincoln National Life Insurance Company. Perry Randall, a Fort Wayne attorney and entrepreneur, suggested the name "Lincoln," arguing that the name of Abraham Lincoln would powerfully convey a spirit of integrity. In August 1905 Robert Todd Lincoln provided a photograph of his father for company stationery and advertising.
In 1928, LNC president Arthur Hall hired Dr. Louis A. Warren, a Lincoln scholar, and in 1929, LNC acquired one of the largest collections of books about Abraham Lincoln in the United States.
Lincoln Financial Health Insurance Says
Lincoln Financial's health line is centered on their group long-term care insurance line. Their long-term care insurance provides day-in, day-out assistance for those with a serious illness or disability that has left them helpless.
Long-Term insurance, as you can imagine, is very costly. But it does provide the following upsides: Independence, family protection, peace of mind, protection of family assets, and favorable tax treatment.
Contact Lincoln Financial at:
1300 S. Clinton St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802-3518
Telephone: (260) 455-2000
Sources: "About Lincoln Financial", Lincoln Financial web site, 2009; "Group Insurance Products and Services", Lincoln Financial web site, 2009; "Lincoln Financial", Wikipedia, July 2, 2009.