Gerber Medicare Supplement
Gerber Final Expense Life is a Just In Time (JIT) contract. That means you can fill out the contract but they won’t appoint you until you have your first piece of business to submit.
However, Gerber Medicare Supplements require you to be appointed and have an agent ID before you submit an application.
Buying medicare supplement insurance should provide the peace of mind in knowing that the underlying insurer will be there – both now and in the future – when you may need them to make good on paying their claims. One of the key providers of Medicare Supplement insurance is Gerber Life Insurance Company.
Founded in 1967, Gerber Life Insurance Company is affiliated with Gerber Products, a firm that was originally established in 1927 with the mission of producing canned fruits and vegetables, and eventually baby food. Over the years, Gerber has become one of the most recognized brand names in the world.
Although Gerber’s insurance arm is a separate entity from “the baby food people,” it does share in the firm’s overall mission of helping parents to raise happy, healthy children – and, taking it one step further by helping families to achieve financial strength and protection. For several decades, Gerber operated as an independent entity. However, after several mergers and acquisitions throughout the years, in 2007, Gerber was sold to the Nestle Company for approximately $5.5 billion.
While Gerber Life Insurance Company’s original focus was on providing life insurance for young families, today it has become one of the largest issuers of life insurance protection in the country, including Medicare supplement insurance.