Whole life insurance can financially protect your family for a lifetime. Premiums never increase. Cash value builds as long as you own the policy.
Is a medical exam required?
No medical exam is necessary, in most cases. Coverage is dependent on answers to health questions. A physical may be necessary for cause and for applicants ages 51 and older who apply for more than $100,000 of coverage. In almost all other circumstances, Gerber Life's customers will not need a medical exam.
How is whole life insurance different than term?
Whole life insurance never expires, as long as premiums are paid. You can own a whole life policy for a few years or a lifetime. For term life, you decide the how long you want a policy. Your policy expires at the end of a term. Whole life builds cash value, where term life doesn’t.
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