Jefferson Pilot Insurance Company

2960 North Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46206
(800) 831-4380

About Jefferson Pilot Insurance Company

Our story began 100 years ago with two well-respected companies, Jefferson Standard, founded in 1907, and Pilot Life, founded in 1903. Jefferson Standard was hailed by a local newspaper as the biggest corporation ever launched in North Carolina. After only five months of operation, Jefferson Standard had almost a million dollars of life insurance in force. The company reached a billion dollars of life insurance in force in 1951 and passed $7 billion in 1984. Pilot Life was also growing steadily when Jefferson Standard purchased controlling interest in the company in 1945.

The two companies joined forces under the new holding company, Jefferson-Pilot Corporation, in 1968. Their combined efforts reached approximately $40 billion of life insurance in force by the end of 1986. On January 1, 1987, the two companies merged to form Jefferson-Pilot Life Insurance Company, with $3.8 billion in assets.

Our product offerings, already among the broadest in the industry, continue to expand as we reach out to people across the country. We are licensed to operate in 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The company’s stock is traded on the New York, Midwest and Pacific Stock Exchanges. We are proud of our heritage. Where we have been is the foundation from which we build for tomorrow. We are stronger and better positioned than ever before, which means we can offer our clients the products and services they need to plan for their future and our shareholders and employees the vision to realize their goals.