Offers whole life, critical illness insurance, universal and term life, and annuity products. Company's basic principle: service to policyholders. The site offers company, and product information. [Description from dmoz]
Easterners and Northerners need not apply? But seriously, The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company offers life insurance, critical illness insurance, annuities, investment funds, and related products in almost half of the states in the Union (it's licensed in about 45 states). The company and its Western-Southern Life Assurance (universal and term life and annuity products) subsidiary make up parent firm Western & Southern Financial Group's Western-Southern Life marketing unit. The company targets the middle-income market and has more than 180 offices in operation. The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company was founded in 1888. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches approximately 33,706 U.S. monthly people.
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