There are a number of common medical conditions that life insurance companies take into consideration in the underwriting process that can increase insurance rates.
- High blood pressure
- Heart disease
- High cholesterol
- If you have cancer, Mutual of Omaha can be a fit
- If you’re in remission, Lincoln Financial might be the right fit.
- If you have diabetes, consider AIG or Prudential.
- John Hancock has competitive rates for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease.
What are life insurance classifications?
- Excellent health
- Ideal Health/Weight ratio
- Clean family history
- Very good health
- Minor health conditions
- Good health
- Not an ideal height/weight ratio
- Good family history
- Not an ideal Height/weight ratio
- Complicated family history
- Complicated family health history
- Recent Serious health issues
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The quote is based on the assumption of excellent health and a preferred Plus rating and does not take into consideration occupational risks or other avocations.Approval and actual premiums will be based upon the entire underwriting process, including but not limited to, information provided on the application, exam results and specific underwriting requirements and criteria. Premium rates vary by coverage amount: $100,000-$249,999, $250,000-$499,999, $500,000- $999,999, $1,000,000 and above. Premiums quoted include $60 annual policy fee.
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