Having a pre-existing medical condition does not automatically prevent you from buying life insurance. Read on to find out how Quotacy can help you.
Explore articles for a better understanding of whether your pre-existing condition will affect your life insurance pricing.
You can still get life insurance even if you smoke a pipe, and you may be able to qualify for great non-smoker rates.
Here we share real case studies to help you better understand how medical conditions and lifestyle choices can affect what risk class a carrier assigns you to and how much you will pay for life insurance coverage.
In this post, we discuss how alcohol use may affect your life insurance rates and what you can expect when applying.
An anxiety disorder may affect your life insurance costs. But Quotacy agents are experts at working with clients diagnosed with an anxiety condition. Here’s what you need to know.
ADHD affects individuals quite differently and the condition’s severity varies. Here we talk about how ADHD affects buying life insurance.
Being diabetic does not mean you can’t be approved for life insurance. In this post, we explain how diabetes can affect your life insurance rates.
In this post we discuss how lupus may affect your life insurance rates and what you can expect when applying.
In this post, we explain how marijuana use can impact life insurance rates.
In this post, we discuss how to prevent cervical cancer, how its treated, and how a history of cervical cancer can affect buying life insurance.
There is an opioid crisis in America. If you currently use opioids for treatment or had an opioid addiction, in this blog post we explain how it affects buying life insurance.
In this post, we talk about how gestational diabetes may impact women applying for life insurance.
If you have a history of drug or alcohol abuse, you can still be considered for life insurance coverage. Here we explain what you need to know.
In this post, we explain how the different type of blood cancers (leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma) affect buying life insurance.
In this post, we discuss how your cholesterol levels impact your life insurance rates.