Types of Policies You Can Qualify For If You Were Declined

What kind of life insurance policies can you qualify for even if you have diabetes and have been previously declined?

The good news is that you can still get approved for the following life insurance policies!

We specialize in high risk health situations such as diabetes and can very likely get you approval for the following life insurance policies.

Term Life Insurance

Term Life Insurance is the most affordable life insurance policy you can get. Simply put, a Term Life Insurance policy only covers a lump sum non taxable death benefit. .

It’s called Term because even though you’re covered for life, life insurance companies sell in a packet of years such as 10, 20 or more years.

Term insurance can cover you for either short periods or longer periods such as when you are most vulnerable financially.

Whole Life Insurance

Whole life insurance is also called ‘Permanent Insurance’.  It’s intended to cover you for life. It provides a complete insurance coverage package.

It consist of 2 components including death benefits that exist for the life of the policy. The death benefit is tax deferred which means that it cannot be taxed when it is paid out.

You also have the advantage of a cash accumulation.  This means a portion of your premium is set aside and invested by the insurance company in a tax sheltered investment account. Over time, it grows.  Like the death benefit, the cash accumulation is tax exempt.

Universal Life Insurance

Universal life insurance is also a type of permanent insurance.  It’s similar to whole life but with a difference.

There are two features for this policy including death benefits and a cash value accumulation.

A portion of the premium is invested by the insurance company into an investment portfolio of your choosing. You are guaranteed a specific rate of return regardless how well the market does. But, if your investments perform better than the minimal guaranteed amount of investment, you reap the benefits as well.

This is the big difference between universal life insurance and a whole wife policy. Why? With a whole life policy, you can’t change the premiums to suit the economic situation.

Final Resort Life Insurance Coverage

However, we have another type of policy that is available in most states that even if your diabetes is more serious you may still be able to qualify for.

This life insurance policy is designed for high risk diabetes sufferers who are generally considered uninsurable for the traditional types of whole life insurance coverage.

You can get coverage for between $5,000 to $25,000.  Issue ages are 25-80 in most states.

If you qualify. your death benefit will be paid out in what’s called a Graded Benefit.  If you die within the first two years after policy was issued, your death benefit will be limited to your amount of premiums plus 12% per year, unless you die accidently in the first 2 years you will receive the full death benefit.

After the second year, the full death benefit is payable upon death regardless of the cause of death.

This coverage is exempt for the following states – NC, MN, MA, WA, and ID.

Why We Can Get You Coverage

It’s all about taking the case to the right company which is the one that will be most obliging to your particular diabetes risk.

We also have some companies who have credit programs or table shave programs, both of which reduce the total class rating and premium.