Group life insurance
Can your loved ones afford to lose your income?
You work hard to protect the people you care about, but some hardships can’t be predicted.
With group life insurance, you can help ensure your loved ones have the financial protection they need if you pass away. And by enrolling in this valuable insurance at work, you can take advantage of typically lower costs and a simplified process.
How does it work?
You can purchase group life insurance when you join your company or during your annual open enrollment. You’ll select the amount of coverage you want and name the beneficiaries of your policy.
If you die while your policy is in effect, your beneficiaries will receive a lump-sum payment of your coverage amount.
Why do I need it?
If you suddenly pass away, the loss of your income can make a difficult situation for those you leave behind even worse.
Life insurance can help ensure they can continue to make student loan, car or mortgage payments, save for college or invest in their financial future.
Why buy life insurance at work?
Group life insurance is a convenient and cost-effective way to protect your loved ones. Whether it’s your main source of life insurance or a supplement to your personal or employer-sponsored life insurance, group life offers several advantages.
Our streamlined application process makes it easy to start coverage.
No medical questionnaires
No medical questionnaires are required, up to the maximum guaranteed issue amount, if you enroll during your initial eligibility period.
Group life insurance generally costs less than individually purchased insurance. And premiums can be paid through convenient payroll deduction.
Flexible coverage amounts
You can select the right amount of coverage to meet your family’s needs.
To learn more about group life insurance offered by First Symetra, contact your company's benefits representative.
Group benefits are insured by First Symetra National Life Insurance Company of New York, New York, NY. Mailing address: PO Box 34690, Seattle, WA 98124-1690. Coverage may be subject to exclusions, limitations, reductions and termination of benefit provisions. For costs and complete details of the coverage, contact your benefits representative.