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Washington Life Insurance

Unclaimed Life Insurance in WA

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Affordable Life Insurance in WA

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Washington Life Insurance Premiums


Washington ranks 22nd in the U.S. in life insurance premiums paid. Washington life insurance premiums accounted for 1.74 percent of all premiums in the nation. [1]

Death Rate in Washington


The death rate of 683.6 (per 100,000 residents) in the state of Washington ranks 41st in the nation, and is approximately 7% less than the national average of 735.3 (per 100,000 residents) [2]


Washington Health Insurance Coverage


Washington ranks 31st in the U.S. in health insurance coverage, with 86 percent of state residents having coverage. [3]

Washington Demographics

Age Breakdown in Washington

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Household Income: Washington vs. U.S.

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Income Breakdown in Washington

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Additional information about Washington

About Washington

The state of Washington has a population of approximately 6,724,540, ranking 13th in the nation. [4]

WA Life Insurance

WA Life Insurance

For more information about Washington Life Insurance, or for additional resources regarding life insurance overall, visit the Washington Department of Insurance.

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Approximately 80 percent of consumers misjudge the price of term life insurance.

Cities in Washington

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References

1. ^ National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

2. ^ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

3. ^ American Community Survey (ACS)

4. ^ United States Census Bureau (2010)