Long-term care insurance companies approved to sell in Washington state
*Also is approved to sell Long Term Care Partnership policies on or after Jan. 1, 2012.
|American General Life Insurance Company||888-565-3769|
|Bankers Life & Casualty Company*||800-621-3724|
|Country Life Insurance Company*||309-821-3000|
|CUNA Mutual Insurance Society||866-245-7133|
|Equitable Life Insurance Company||800-352-5150|
|Genworth Life Insurance Company*||888-436-9678|
|Great American Life Insurance Company||800-880-2745|
|John Hancock Life Insurance Company*||800-377-7311|
|Knights of Columbus||800-214-9825|
|LifeSecure Insurance Company*||866-582-7702|
|Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company*||888-505-8952|
|MedAmerica Insurance Company||800-544-0327|
|Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company*||800-268-6443|
|New York Life Insurance Company||800-224-4582|
|Northwestern Long Term Care Insurance Company||877-582-6582|
|Prudential Insurance Company of America (group plans only)||800-732-0416|
|State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company*||Contact a local agent|
|Sterling Life Insurance Company||866-228-5161|
|Thrivent Financial for Lutherans*||800-847-4836|
|Transamerica Life Insurance Company*||800-338-0257|
|United of Omaha Life Insurance Company*||800-775-6000|
|United Security Assurance Company of Pennsylvania*||800-872-3044|
|United Teacher Associates Insurance Company||800-880-8824|
Note to consumers:
- Washington state laws took effect Jan. 1, 2009, to further protect consumers who buy long-term care insurance.
- Before selling long-term care policies in Washington state, insurers must submit their policies to our office to make sure they meet the requirements of the laws.
- Other insurers have sold approved long-term care policies in the past, but are not currently selling. These older policies are still in effect and insurers still honor them. If you have questions, call our Insurance Consumer Hotline at 800-562-6900.
Disclaimer: The appearance of a company on this list does not constitute an endorsement of it or its policies by the Office of the Insurance Commissioner, including our SHIBA program and its volunteers.
Note to carriers: To update information on this page, please email Consumer Protection.