Which Supplemental Medicare Plans does Liberty Bankers Life sell in Nebraska?
Liberty Bankers Life Insurance Company writes 4 of the standardized Nebraska Medicare supplemental insurance plans. Each Medigap plan offers a different range of coverage (see Comparison Chart or check out our Review). Here's a quick look at Liberty Bankers Life's offering:
Attained Age Rated Medigap Plans: With this plan rating type your monthly premium is based on your current age. As you age your premium will increase. As an example, if you enroll in a Medigap policy at age 65 with a premium of $120, it may increase to $138 when you turn 69, and $162 at age 72. Also, Attained Age rated plans may increase with inflation.
Plan Benefits Comparison Chart
The following table shows the coverage benefits you get with of each Medicare supplemental plan offered by Liberty Bankers Life:
REVIEW: Liberty Bankers Life Medicare Supplements in Nebraska
Liberty Bankers Life scored 3.5 out of 5.0 based on our scoring method. Although they have less than 10 years experience servicing Medicare Supplements, Liberty Bankers Life has a top 10 Plan F premium and a strong financial rating from A.M. Best. They might be relatively new in the business, but they are financially strong and have good rates, so we feel they are one of the better options for Nebraska seniors. See the top 10 competition.
Here are the pros and cons from our analysis:
- Highly competitive Plan F premium.
- Good financial strength.
- Fewer than 5 years in the Medicare Supplements business.
- Does not offer Medicare SELECT plans.
- Does not offer the 5 most popular plans.
- Charges a fee to write the policy.
About This Review
We reviewed Liberty Bankers Life's Medigap plan offering in Nebraska versus all other carriers in the state. Our review is unbiased. We use a formula that looks at years in business, A.M. Best financial strength rating, plans serviced, plan premiums and fees. We do not take into account rate increase history. Our goal is to present information accurately and without bias, based on our interpretation of factual information about each carrier.