Insurance for Families

Things to consider when choosing life insurance

The many options available for family life insurance can create a need for someone to help you understand the different choices and terminology. Gerber Life takes the guesswork out of family life insurance with articles that answer such questions as, "How does life insurance work?" and "How do I get life insurance?" Whether you're looking for a policy for an infant, child, adult or senior, we've got you covered when it comes to comprehensive information about life insurance.

  1. Tips on Landing Affordable Family Life Insurance

    Affordable Life Insurance TipsFamily insurance rates rise right along with the cost of living. And even those of us who don’t have a sensitive aversion to discussing life insurance often avoid it for one simple fact: cost. But there are ways that you can get affordable family insurance.

    • Stop smoking now. Not tomorrow or next year, but right now. Even if you forget for a moment the damage you may already have done, there’s the damage you’re doing to yourself as a result of putting off something that you should have dropped years ago. But we’re not here to chastise you for having bad habits. What we will do, however, is remind you that you’ll end up paying incredibly high family insurance rates if you don’t.

  2. Are You Uninsurable? Signs Point to No

    Couple meeting with Insurance AgentIf you’re in poor health and are seeking a family insurance policy, you don’t have to assume that you’ll be turned down for life insurance coverage as a result. Life insurance protection is offered every day to people with less than stellar physical exam results – and the best part is, you may not even have to take a physical to be able to get signed up for some family insurance plans. If this sounds too good to be true, it isn’t.

  3. The No-Brainer Benefits of Term Life Insurance

    Family Benefits of Term Life InsuranceA lot of people are turned off by life insurance coverage simply because they’re not aware they have choices. The high cost of permanent life insurance and the complexities involved with the commitment end of it make getting life insurance coverage seem a bit too much like a chore. But the fact is, life insurance protection comes in various shapes and sizes, and depending on whether you’re shopping for individual or family insurance plans, your search can yield significantly different results.

  4. How to Research the Customer Service Quality of a Family Insurance Company

    Woman Researching Insurance on the WebsiteWe all want to sign on with the best family insurance provider, if for no other reason than to give us the peace of mind that comes from knowing our families will be well cared for financially. But with the knowledge that not every family insurance policy is as good as the next, how can we ensure that peace of mind?

    You’ve no doubt already heard this nugget of advice: To determine the quality of a life insurance provider, find out what people are saying about the company. But short of asking the random stranger on the street if they’ve ever had any bad experiences with a particular insurer, what other means do you have at your disposal?

  5. The Top 3 Things to Look for in a Family Insurance Company

    Parents with ToddlerNow that you’ve gone through the whole rigmarole of determining exactly how much life insurance you’ll need to cover your family in the event of the unthinkable, it’s time to start narrowing down your choices to determine which family insurance company will give you the best coverage for the least amount of green. Before you lose steam and decide to put off for another day something you probably should have done yesterday, here are a few tips to get you started in determining which family insurance company is right for you.

    • Don’t make your decision based on cost of premium. Comparing family insurance quotes can often be like comparing apples to oranges, and if you opt for the life insurance plan that’ll cost you less up front, it’s possible that you might be sacrificing certain coverage you don’t want to do without. Get lots of family insurance quotes, but before you make your decision compare the details of each plan line by line.