Our Insurance Companies

SafePol, Inc. represents a variety of insurance companies. Two of the most important characteristics that these companies have in common are a good reputation and financial stability. Some of them were founded before 1900, what's even more underline their stability and financial wellness.

Below there are financial ratings provided by two most trusted rating companies; A.M. Best and Standard & Poor's.


Health Insurance Companies



Company
Name
Year Founded A.M. Best Rating Standard & Poor's Rating
Metlife 1936 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
ING 1961 A (Excellent) A (Strong)
Prudential 1850 A+ (Superior) A+ (Strong)
John Hancock 1977 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
Genworth Financial 1936 A (Excellent) A+ (Strong)


Life Insurance Companies




Company
Name
Year Founded A.M. Best Rating Standard & Poor's Rating
Metlife 1868 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
ING 1885 A (Excellent) A+ (Strong)
Prudential 1873 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
Transamerica 1906 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
John Hancock 1862 A+ (Superior) AA+ (Very Strong)
Mutual of Omaha 1909 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
Genworth Financial 1871 A (Excellent) A (Strong)
American General Life Companies 1926 A (Excellent) A+ (Strong)
West Coast Life Insurance Company 1906 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
Lincoln Financial Group 1905 A+ (Superior) AA- (Very Strong)
Banner Life 1949 A+ (Superior) A (Strong)

 

 

HEALTH CARE REFORM

Government Health Insurance Subsidies

In order to help cover the high costs of health insurance, Obamacare introduced subsidized insurance. Read more.

New Metal
Health Plans

In order to facilitate comparison of health insurance plans, the Reform introduced new health plans: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Catastrophic. Read more.