Most life insurance applications require a blood and urine test as a part of the application, but there are some exceptions to the rule, including SBLI’s Accelerated Underwriting program.
Many life insurance applications require a physical exam, which entails a blood and urine test. Quotacy explains what these tests look for, and offers tips to make your exam a success.
We are often asked by applicants if their doctor can perform the life insurance medical exam or if they can just use their recent physical results instead. Here we explain why the answers to both questions are typically no.
The unknown aspects of what a life insurance medical exam involves can be unnerving to some people. Here we share information about the exam and offer some transparency.
Use these preparation tips to get the best results on your life insurance medical exam.
Your health plays a big role in determining the cost of a life insurance policy. A medical exam helps underwriters determine what coverage they can offer you.