High Risk

If you’ve found this page, then that means you or someone you love has high blood pressure and you’re worried about your (or their) chances of getting life insurance. If so, then you are in luck. We are here to tell you that not only CAN you get life insurance with high blood pressure, but.. More

You may have seen the commercials or gotten information in the mail about “no exam” or guaranteed issue life insurance and wondered if it was true. Can you really get life insurance with no health questions and an easy application process? The short answer is: Yes. There are two types of life insurance that allow.. More

If you (or your spouse) has been diagnosed with cervical cancer recently or in the past, you may be wondering if you are eligible to get life insurance. The short answer: Yes! Of course, there are specific limitations. For instance, if you were recently diagnosed and haven’t gone through treatment yet, you will be denied.. More

When it comes to matters of the heart, people are understandably concerned with their chances of getting life insurance with an irregular heartbeat. Some conditions are considered mild and of no concern, while others are very serious and could get you denied. Having an irregular heartbeat, or arrhythmia, does not mean you will be denied.. More

Getting insurance for people with heart problems is significantly more difficult compared to those on a better health class rating simply because of the higher health risk involved. What are your chances of getting life insurance approval with a defibrillator (ICD) or pacemaker installed? Here’s the quick answer: You can still get approved for life.. More

When you are diagnosed with a health condition, especially one related to the heart, it can cause you to panic if you’re trying to find life insurance with an atrioventricular block. Finding the right life insurance policy, going through the application process, and getting approved can seem overwhelming. Let us calm your fears and help.. More

Some people think that once they are diagnosed with thrombocytopenia or any disease, it automatically disqualifies them for life insurance. They give up before they even try, wrongly assuming that the company will take one look at their application and stamp it with a big red DENIED! If you’re one of those people, we hope.. More

Each year, 600,000 people die in the US because of heart disease, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s the number one cause of death in America, with 1 out of every 4 deaths being linked to a certain heart or cardiovascular disease. Based on these figures alone, it’s quite easy to.. More

Have you been diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia and wonder how that affects getting a life insurance policy? Have you been diagnosed with iron deficiency anemia and wonder how that affects getting a life insurance policy? You are not alone. There are over 400 kinds of anemia and it affects over 3.5 million people just.. More