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About fort dearborn life insurance Company

For more than 35 years, fort dearborn life Insurance Company has maintained its role as one of the nation’s leading providers of group insurance programs.  It’s a life insurance subsidiary of Health Care Service Corporation, a Mutual Legal Reserve Company and one of the largest non-investor owned health care insurance providers in the United States.

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HCSC’s life insurance subsidiaries (Fort dearborn life insurance company in Illinois and Colorado Bankers Life Insurance Company in Colorado) operate as Preferred Financial Group and offer life insurance and financial products.

Fort Dearborn Health Insurance

Fort Dearborn offers a variety of health care services to its customers. These insurance options include:

  • Group critical illness – pays lump-sum to cover the devastating financial losses associated with a critical illness including lost wages, health insurance deductibles, second medical opinions and home maintenance.
  • Group disability – designed to restore lost income for those unable to work or who are employed on a limited-basis after incurring a disabling illness or injury.
  • Group dental – provides coverage for any dental assistance

Contact Fort Dearborn at:

Fort Dearborn Life Insurance Company
P.O. Box 655403
Dallas, TX 75265-5403  
Telephone: (800) 778-2281

Sources: “HCSC page,” Wikipedia Web site, 2009; “Products offered by Fort Dearborn Life Insurance Company,” Fort Dearborn Life Web site, 2009