Is Sentinel Security Life Insurance a Good Company?
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Asked January 7, 2013
Sentinel Insurance was first organized in Utah in 1948. The mission of the company has always been to provide affordable life insurance products to the communities they serve. The company named solidified as Sentinel Security Life Insurance Company in 1954 when the company incorporated. Since then, Sentinel has grown by attracting new customers as well as through strategic acquisitions of similar companies in other locations.
Sentinel Insurance has been rated B++ (Good) by the A.M. Best Company, a company which rates financial institutions based on their current and projected financial stability. Sentinel is thought to have assets of between 10 and 25 million dollars, and has a stable long term outlook of bbb, as of June, 2012.
Sentinel Insurance is distributed through dedicated sales agents as well as through online distribution. For customers as well as employees, Sentinel has come be recognized as a stable and dependable company, exemplified by the fact that the average length of employment for a Sentinel agent is more than 19 years. Customers' satisfaction with the company remains high, and word of mouth is considered one of the best ways for the company to attract new customers.
Sentinel Insurance is available in 23 states. Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming are the states where Sentinel is available, either through individual licensing or through the acquisition of companies previously licensed in that state.
Insurance Products Offered
The company states that their products are: Life insurance, Final Expense Insurance, Medicare Supplemental Insurance, Hospital Advantage, and Annuities. Sentinel's primary offering is final expense life insurance. The company also sells annuities and other end-of-life products, but their focus is, and always has been, on providing an affordable life insurance solution.
Answered January 7, 2013 by Anonymous