Gerber Life – Reducing your clients pain points

Gerber Life Operations Update Agent Trends and Handling Your Client Pain Points   Gerber Life Insurance is always striving to make doing business with us easier. The Agent Trends flyer outlines 5 key areas that have been identified as pain points for clients. It also provides guidelines to Agents on how to properly handle these situations. By identifying these trends, Gerber Life Insurance is able to provide our agents with enhanced support and a better understanding of our processes. Our goal is to decrease trends in these areas and to determine if agents need additional information on our products, the
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Gerber Life Discontinuing Medicare Supplement New Business Sales

July 03, 2019 Closing New Business Effective August 1, 2019 Gerber Life Insurance Company will no longer accept new business applications for Medicare supplement sales. Inforce Business There is no impact to existing business. Gerber Life will continue to service all existing Medicare supplement policies. Agent Contracting New producer contracts will no longer be accepted for Medicare supplements as of July 3, 2019. Medicare supplement contracts and appointments will be terminated. Agents contracted with Gerber Life to sell both Medicare supplement and Gerber’s other product lines will only have their Medicare supplement contract terminated. The agent’s Gerber appointment for life/health
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Assistance To Oklahoma Residents Impacted By Severe Weather & Flooding

Oklahoma Governor had issued an Executive Order 2019-19 which has been amended declaring a disaster emergency for all seventy-seven (77) Oklahoma counties due to severe weather and flooding. The Oklahoma Department of Insurance issued a Bulletin 2019-01, dated May 24, 2019, to comply with the Executive Order. The Bulletin, in part states the following: Requires insurance companies to grant an extension of the grace period for customers residing within the impacted areas. Storm victims can get a copy of their insurance policy free of charge. This includes a moratorium on policy cancellations due to non-payment of premium. The moratorium is
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Arkansas Residents Impacted By Severe Weather & Flooding

Arkansas Governor had issued an Executive Order 19-05 declaring a state of emergency due to severe weather and flooding. The Arkansas Department of Insurance issued a Bulletin 4-2019, dated May 30, 2019, to comply with the Executive Order. The Bulletin, in part states the following: Requires insurance companies to grant an extension of the grace period for sixty days beginning on May 21, 2019 and continuing until July 20, 2019 for policyholders residing within the impacted areas. This includes a moratorium on policy cancellations due to non-payment of premium. The moratorium is effective May 21, 2019 through July 20, 2019.
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Ohio Residents Impacted By Severe Weather & Flooding

Ohio Governor had declared a State of Emergency on May 28, 2019 for Greene, Mercer and Montgomery counties, and any other counties that subsequently declare an emergency due to dangerous and damaging conditions resulting from the severe weather and tornadoes. The Ohio Department of Insurance issued a Bulletin 2019-03, dated May 29, 2019, to comply with the State of Emergency. The Bulletin, in part states the following: Requires insurance companies to grant an extension of the grace period for sixty days beginning on May 28, 2019 and continuing until July 28, 2019 for policyholders residing within the impacted areas. This
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