Finding an Insurance Policy

On November 20, 2005, my son was killed in a horrific accident in Alberta, Canada.  He was driving a big semi and it rolled and he was killed.  I know he had a huge life insurance policy; he told me that before he ever left, (but he never told me with whom). I've been told over and over by everyone I speak too, that he couldn't even work at that job without insurance.

Is there any way you can help me find the Insurance Company he had his policy through?

Answer:

Your best bet is to make use of the MIB Policy Locator service.

Your son's name can be searched in the MIB database. Since MIB is a shared information resource, used by virtually all insurance companies, if he's got a policy, they should have a record. They cover over 120 million insurance applications in their database. Where there is an application, there may be a policy. The MIB Policy Locator Service will give you a report of all the applications they find for your son. Then, you can follow up with the individual insurance companies.

MIB is very familiar with the problem of family members trying to find policies held by deceased relatives. They should be able to help you out.

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