Fidelity Life Association

fidelity life insurance

Fidelity Life Association

Address:1211 West 22nd Street, Suite 209
Oak Brook, IL 60523 
Phone:(800) 369-3990 
Website:www.fidelitylife.com  
S&P:A+ 
* A.M. Best:A- (Excellent) 
BBB:B
About:

Fidelity Life is a life insurance
company and one of two principal operating
subsidiaries of Fidelity Life Corp, Inc. (FLC) its
immediate parent. Its ultimate parent is Members
Mutual Holding Company (Members Mutual) a mutual holding company. All Fidelity Life
policyholders are also members of Members
Mutual. FLC and Members Mutual were formed
in 2007 incidental to FLAs reorganization. 

Fidelity has a great instant issue no medical exam policy, which is best suited for people with average health. They also offer two great final expense products. Their applications are the easiest and Fidelity does not check financial or credit history reports, so it takes about 10 minutes to get approved. Fidelity is also a strong company financially. We wish all companies had an application process like Fidelity.

*A.M. BEST COMPANY RATINGS RANGE FROM A ++ (SUPERIOR) TO F (IN LIQUIDATION)

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