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INDIVIDUAL & FAMILY HEALTH INSURANCE

The Texas Bar Private Insurance Exchange is a multi-carrier private exchange designed for State Bar of Texas members, their staff and dependents. Available to both individuals and employer groups, the exchange offers a wide range of health insurance choices and more.

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LAW FIRM/GROUP HEALTH

Just as every employee is unique, so are their benefit needs. Employers now have a way to address the different requirements of each employee, while also managing the company’s bottom line. That means cost control for the employer, and choices for the employee.

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LATEST NEWS FROM THE TEXAS BAR PRIVATE INSURANCE EXCHANGE:

Why Young Attorneys Need Disability Insurance

Young people generally don’t think of themselves as becoming disabled, but accidents, illnesses, and injuries don’t discriminate by age. Anyone can suffer a long-term disability at any time, which is why having a Long-Term Disability (LTD) plan is so important. If you are no longer able to work, how will you support yourself? If you …

What is Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance (AD&D)?

Considering it has one of the least pleasant names, accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance can do a lot of good. AD&D insurance is similar to life insurance in that it pays a benefit to your beneficiary(ies) if your death is the result of a covered accident. But unlike life insurance, an AD&D insurance policy …

Two Things Your Teeth Want You to Avoid This Summer

Summer is finally here. This is the time of year where families all over the country can sit back, relax together, and enjoy the warm weather. But while you and your family are trying to keep cool, there are a few summer staples you should avoid in order to prevent tooth decay and the resulting …

The Wider Role of Life Insurance in Our Society

Life insurance has long served as a crucial financial safety net for families and households experiencing the loss of a loved one. In 2016, the life insurance industry paid out over $100 billion to beneficiaries—more than twice as much as in 2001.1 These death benefit payments to beneficiaries often provide a vital lifeline at a …