The U.S. Postal Service has announced a new Forever stamp that will debut later this year to honor the nation's first responders.
Police and Firemen’s Insurance Association is a non-profit organization that offers membership and affordable benefits to Law Enforcement and Fire & Rescue
In 1912, several incidents occurred which caused a large number of casualties in the Indianapolis Police Department and Fire Departments. As a result, a group was formed to help provide immediate financial assistance to the families of those Police Officers and Fire Fighters who had suffered illness, injury or death.
Chartered in 1913 as a fraternal benefit society, this brotherhood came to be known as the Police and Firemen’s Insurance Association. Although the Association was originally intended to be a local organization only, the idea behind it quickly spread to Police and Fire departments across the United States.
Accidental Death, On-the-Job/Off-the-Job Injury, Cancer and Life Policies and Benefits.
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PFIA offers 3 Basic Membership options to Active/Retired, sworn Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters Accidental Death Benefits: Opt1 - $30,000 - $36 Annually or $3 Monthly Opt2 - $50,000 - $60 Annually or $5 Monthly Opt3 - $100,000 - $120 Annually or $10 Monthly Include your Spouse and Children (0-19 years): Benefit Rider - $15,000 Spouse and $7,500 Child - $1.50 Monthly covers all family members! Additional Cancer Benefits are available that returns ALL of your policy premiums if there is no diagnoses for 20 years.
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