No medical exams, get coverage instantly if you qualify.
As a member of The Florida Bar, you can apply for QuickTerm, our Simplified Issue, 10-Year Level-Term Life Insurance Plan in just a few short steps. In most cases, all you need to do to qualify is answer an abbreviated set of health questions satisfactory to the insurer. Some applicants may need additional underwriting. You’ll have the advantage of affordable group rates, superior service, and the added security of a highly-rated insurer, ReliaStar Life, a member of the Voya® family of companies.
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How much can I apply for?
Under age 40: Up to $200,000
Ages 40-49: Up to $100,000
Ages 50-59: Up to $50,000
(Note: Offer is not available to current plan participants.)
Nothing can replace a lost loved one, but additional life insurance can help ease the financial burdens death brings families.
Risk nothing by applying now — your satisfaction is guaranteed. If approved for coverage, you will receive a full Certificate of Insurance to review. If for any reason you are not satisfied when you receive your Certificate, simply notify us within 30 days, and you will receive a refund of any monies paid and be under no further obligation.
Need more coverage? Members up to age 65 can also apply for fully underwritten coverage of up to $1,000,000 at an affordable group rate. Learn more here.
You are not guaranteed acceptance in the QuickTerm plan. Each applicant must meet the qualifications of the plan by completing the application and is subject to underwriter review. Rates are subject to change. Life insurance coverage is provided under the terms of a group life insurance policy, Group Policy #29857-3, issued and delivered in the state of Illinois to The Florida Bar as the policyholder. The group life insurance policy is issued by ReliaStar Life Insurance Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. The policy is administered on behalf of ReliaStar Life Insurance Company by Business Planning Concepts, Inc. dba Member Benefits, an insurance administrator licensed in the state of Florida. Policy form LP08GP.