Farm Bureau Health Insurance & More
Farm Bureau Health insurance as well as Life, Auto, Homeowners and Estate Planning are among the
numerous lines of insurance services and products available to Farm
Bureau members. . Arkansas life insurance and other types are available through Southern Farm Bureau
Life Ins. Co., Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Co., Farm Bureau Mutual
Ins. Co. of Ark., Inc., and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Arkansas.
Insurance information can be obtained at the Farm Bureau insurance
agency in each county office.
Crop insurance is administered and processed through American
Farm Bureau Insurance Services, Inc. Crop Hail coverage, and other
federal crop programs may also be available. Contact your county office or AFBIS, Inc. to be directed to a crop insurance agent near you.
Included in each active Farm Bureau membership is accidental death coverage in the amounts listed below.
COVERAGE A. Death must not arise out of the use or occupancy
of any land motor vehicles designed and licensed for use on public
Member Spouse $1000
*Dependent Child $500
COVERAGE B. Death must arise out of the use or occupancy of a
land motor vehicle designed and licensed for use on public roads.
However, at the time of the accident, the person insured must be wearing
a factory installed seat belt or lap and shoulder restraint. Written
notice of the death upon which an Arkansas life insurance claim may be based must be given to
Arkansas Farm Bureau at the Home Office in Little Rock, Arkansas within
sixty days after the date of death. Upon receipt of such notice, the
company will furnish the proper forms for filing proof of the claim. If
such forms are not furnished before the expiration of fifteen days
after the company has received such notice, the heirs shall be deemed to
have complied with the requirements of this policy.
Member Spouse $2000
*Dependent Child $1000
*Dependent Child is defined as all unmarried children of the
Farm Bureau member or spouse under the age of 21 years of age and living
at home. Unmarried children 21 years of age enrolled full-time in
school or in the armed services are considered as living at home.
Full-time unmarried students under the age of 23 who are attending an
accredited college or university will be recognized as a dependent
child. In order to qualify as full-time, a student must be carrying 12
semester hours or more at the time of the accident.
For more information concerning additional limitations or exclusions, please contact your county Farm Bureau office.