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United American Insurance Login | File a Claim

United American policyholders can access their account information online via the “eServiceCenter.” In addition to being able to view/print out policy overviews, users can also view payment details, update address/contact information, and more. If you do not have an eService account, follow the enrollment guide posted below. If you already have an account, learn how to sign in/reset your password via the guides on this page.

Note: For details on how to file a claim, scroll to the bottom of this page.

How to Log In

Step 1 – Go to the homepage (

Step 2 – Press the “eService Login” link near the top of the page.


Step 3 – Enter your email address and password into the input fields, and then click the “Login” button to access your account.


Forgot Password – If you do not know your password, enter your email address into the input field and then click the “click here” link. You will be required to verify your identity before being able to reset/view your password.


Enroll in Online Access

Step 1 – On the login page, press the “Register Now” link.


Step 2 – Fill in your email address and then enter a password. After creating your login credentials you will be required to provide your date of birth, policy ID/number, and full name.


Make a Claim

Step 1 – All claims (accident, critical illness, medicare, life insurance) must be filed via mail. Go to the claims page (link opens in a new tab) to learn more about the process (which forms are required, where to send the forms, etc.).

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