Life Insurance Premium Waiver Claim Filing

We understand that unforeseen circumstances can arise. As such, we offer a Premium Waiver program where you could have some, or all, of your life insurance premiums waived with the benefit amount of your coverage staying the same.

The instructions for submitting a Premium Waiver are as follows:

Initial Premium Waiver Claim

If you suffer a disability that keeps you from maintaining employment and this is the first time you are applying for premium waiver, please print and fill out the entire claim form and send it in along with your disability declaration letter from the Social Security office to the following address:

Liberty National Life Insurance Company
Insurance Services Division
P.O. Box 8066
McKinney, TX 75070

Click here for the printable claim form: Premium Waiver Claim Form

Once we receive the documentation, a Claims Analyst will review it and follow up with you regarding any potential assistance for which you are qualified.

Please note: If you qualify for Premium Waiver benefits, you will be required to provide continued proof of disability at regular intervals, which we will request in writing.

Continuance of Premium Waiver Benefits

If you are filing a request for the continuance of Premium Waiver benefits, you need to complete the “Insured Information” section of the claim form and have your Physician complete the “Attending Physician’s Statement of Disability” (page 3). Please submit the completed documentation to the following address:

Liberty National Life Insurance Company
Insurance Services Division
P.O. Box 8066
McKinney, TX 75070

Click here for the printable claim form: Premium Waiver Claim Form

Once we receive the documentation, a Claims Analyst will review it and follow up with you regarding the continuance of your Premium Waiver benefits.

Please note: If you qualify for Premium Waiver benefits, you will be required to provide continued proof of disability at regular intervals, which we will request in writing. After two years of continued disability, we will not require such proof more than once a year.