Start Of Main Content
The plan offers coverage for you and your eligible dependents.
The Group Voluntary AD&D Plan is separate coverage from the AD&D coverage provided under the Employee Group Life Insurance Plan. You may purchase Group Voluntary AD&D coverage for yourself and eligible dependents. You are responsible for the entire cost of this coverage.
There are some major differences between the AD&D coverage under the Employee Group Life Insurance Plan and the Group Voluntary AD&D Plan. For example, the amount of coverage offered through the Employee Group Life AD&D is based on your base pay, but with Group Voluntary AD&D you can elect one of three coverage amounts for yourself — $80,000, $160,000 or $320,000. You have the ability to adjust your coverage amount during the Annual Enrollment Period without evidence of insurability. Your new coverage election will become effective the following January 1.
Secondly, coverage for your spouse or partner is not available under the Employee Group Life AD&D provision, but your spouse or partner can be covered under the Group Voluntary AD&D Plan as a dependent under Family Coverage or under Individual Coverage. Under Family Coverage, your spouse or partner is covered for an amount equal to 40 percent of your benefit amount. However, under Individual Voluntary AD&D coverage, you can elect one of the three coverage amounts for your spouse or partner — $80,000, $160,000 or $320,000.
Similarly, coverage for your children is not available under Employee Group Life AD&D provision, yet your children can be covered under Family Coverage of the Group Voluntary AD&D Plan. The amount of coverage is equal to 5 percent of your benefit amount or 10% if no spouse is covered. Please note, if both you and your spouse are State Farm associates, you are not eligible for duplicate coverage. You may not cover each other and/or your children under both plans.
Enrollment in any State Farm plan is optional, but it's important you understand that if you fail to enroll in the Voluntary Group Accidental Death & Dismemberment Plan and change your mind at a later date, you will have to wait until the next Annual Enrollment Period to enroll. Your coverage will be effective the following January 1.
State Farm encourages you to review your benefit options carefully and make informed decisions.
This brief overview of the State Farm Group Voluntary Accidental Death and Dismemberment Plan is not intended to be a complete explanation of plan features. For more detailed information, please refer to the online Human Resources Policy Manual for U.S. employees.