North American Company specializes in universal life insurance as well as annuities. The company administers claims and premiums from sales throughout the United States. Millions of satisfied policyholders choose to use North American Company for Life and Health to safeguard their financial security.
Why Choose North American?
North American Company’s mission is to provide the highest service levels that one could expect from an insurance company, while using the best methods to ensure customer satisfaction.
Client benefits of being a North American Insurance Company customer include having outstanding and responsive customer service, a commitment to its promises, value placed in people and policyholders and flexible underwriting of policies. North American's insurance products are designed for all ages, and the insurer bases its services around the needs of the customer.
The North American Company introduced its first universal life product back in 1982 and the company is one of the industry's top insurer's in the indexed universal life market. North American Company celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2011.
North American Company Background
The North American Company can trace its origins to as early as 1886, when it was founded as the North American Accident Association. Four years later it was purchased by A.E. Forrest for the sum of $2,000, and the company appointed its first agent. North American became the first insurance provider to offer disability policies to women in 1918.
Over sixty years later, in 1981, North American entered the brokerage market, introducing its universal life plan one year later. After over 125 years since its foundation, North American Company can boast to being one of the country's topmost and trusted providers of life insurance plans and annuities.
North American Industry Ratings
The company is rated by the best insurance company rating providers, as of May 2016 (as part of Sammons Financial Group®), which means that their market and financial future is highly trusted, this rating being the second highest out of fifteen available rating scores.
The Company is a trusted credit ratings company for the healthcare and financial services sector. The rating is wholly independent and therefore a positive rating lends considerable weight to the economic outlook of an insurer. The A+ rating is based on the business profile, operating performance and balance sheet of the North American Company.