How do I claim my Gerber Life Insurance?
Call our dedicated life claim phone line at 1-800-628-0560 for information and to request a life insurance claim form.
Can I have the number to Gerber Life Insurance?
1 (800) 704-2180
Gerber Life Insurance Company/Customer service
How do I cash in my Gerber Grow Up Plan?
How Can Cash Value Be Used?
- If you need immediate cash, you can borrow against your policy’s cash value by taking a policy loan.
- When your child automatically becomes the policy owner at age 21, your child will gain the valuable whole life insurance protection as well as the accumulated cash value.
Who owns Gerber?
Gerber Products Company
Western & Southern Financial GroupThe Western and Southern Life Insurance Company
Gerber Life Insurance Company/Parent organizations
What does the Gerber Grow up plan cover?
The Grow-Up® Plan is a children’s whole life insurance policy that offers lifelong coverage for the insured child as long as premiums are paid. The lifetime of protection makes the Gerber Life Grow-Up® Plan a great and meaningful gift that can be bought by a child’s parent, grandparent or permanent, legal guardian.
What is the age limit for Gerber Life insurance?
Guaranteed Life Insurance from Gerber Life is whole life insurance for adults between 50 and 80 years old. Approval is guaranteed, regardless of your health.
How much cash value does Gerber Grow Up Plan?
If, however, you live longer than the period of coverage, you receive the policy’s face value which, at that point, would equal its cash value. Gerber College Plans come with face values between $10,000 to $150,000, and are priced according to your health, since you’re the one who’s insured for the length of coverage.
How does the Gerber plan work?
The Gerber Life College Plan is an individual endowment policy that provides adult life insurance coverage for parents for a specified period of time chosen by you – between 10 and 20 years. At the end of that term, you’ll receive a guaranteed payout for your child.
Is Gerber baby food made in China?
“All Gerber products produced in China comply with China’s food safety standards on complementary foods for infants and babies,” the Swiss multinational food and drink conglomerate said in a statement sent to Reuters.