Tribal-Care Insurance is an independent insurance agency ethically and diligently serving the Native American tribal communities. Tribal-Care Insurance primarily serves the Native American communities with personal and group health insurance needs, but not limited to life, auto, property, business owners, general liability, supplemental plans and much more.
Our mission is to provide insurance products and services while upholding the tribal communities’ best interest as our utmost importance. We strive to meet or exceed their expectations of price, loyal service, and expertise. Ultimately our goal is to obtain the best plan of protection at the lowest possible cost for all tribal members’ needs. We pride ourselves on being able to offer our clients the best possible plans available in their area that suits their needs.
As the insurance industry is changing we are constantly looking for new options with better coverage and better prices to meet your needs. Although we cannot control the industry, we can be by your side to educate you on your options and offer the best possible solutions.
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