Liberty Bankers Life (LBL) was originally incorporated by Pilgrim Life Insurance Company of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania during 1958 as Royal Oak Life Insurance Company. The company grew slowly and conservatively and developed experience by offering a variety of traditional life insurance products.
As a result of acquisitions and steady growth through life insurance and annuity sales, the Liberty Bankers Group is now a diversified insurance enterprise with total assets exceeding $1.75 billion. At year-end 2011, Liberty Bankers Life is owned entirely by a Texas holding company, Liberty Life Group Trust.
These are Liberty Bankers Life's current products and state availability for 2020, as well as information on contracting and appointment.
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Select from Plan A, B, C, D, F, G, or N, may vary by state.
Plans are available pre-65 due to disability in some states.
General practice is not to adjust rates during the first 12 months from the effective date of coverage.
No pre-existing condition limitations ~ coverage is available immediately. Household discount is available may vary by state.
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