Life Insurance Coverage - MetLife
Administered by the PEBB Health Care Authority.
The PEBB Program offers life insurance through MetLife (Plan number 164995-1-G). This is a summary of benefits only. To see the certificate of coverage, go to the MetLife website.
As part of your benefits package, you receive — at no cost to you — $35,000 of life insurance coverage and $5,000 of accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) coverage. You have the option to buy additional coverage by enrolling in the supplemental plans offered.
Optional Life and AD&D Insurance available through MetLife.
Additional coverage may be purchased:
- For Employees: Increments of $10,000 up to $500,000 with no Medical Evidence of Insurability, to a maximum of $1,000,000 with Medical Evidence of Insurability.
- For Spouse or State-Registered Domestic Partner: If you are enrolled in Optional Life Insurance, you may apply for amounts of Optional Life Insurance for your spouse or state-registered domestic partner in increments of $5,000 (up to one-half the amount of Employee Optional Life Insurance you obtain for yourself).
- For Children: If you enroll in Optional Life Insurance, you may apply for Child coverage in $5,000 increments up to $20,000.
Visit the MetLife website to:
- View your Account
- Change Beneficiaries
- Find Additional Information
- File a Claim
Note: You should see “PEBB Benefits – State of Washington” in the Account Sign in box.
If you see “Enter your company name,” start typing “PEBB” (without the quotes) and a dropdown list should appear. Select “PEBB Benefits – State of Washington.”
Life insurance enrollment must occur within 31 days of eligibility. After the initial period, proof of good health to add life insurance must be provided.
If you have any questions, please contact MetLife at 1-866-548-7139.
Requests to enroll after the first 31 days of employment require evidence of insurability and insurance company approval.
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