Life Insurance Policy For Hiv Positive People
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Worldwide Benefits for Fox, Inc.The three companies that I know of are: NY Life under a plan offered through AARP, Physicians Life and Mutual of Omaha. The other company I know of is Guarantee Trust Life but I think they require you to be under age 50 to qualify for coverage. I... Read more »
Worldwide Benefits for Fox, Inc.There are confidential life insurance policies that can be isseued without medical evidence. Without seeing more details on the policy, it is difficult for me to advise you on its legitimacy. There are insurance companies that will extend coverage... Read more »
HelpWithBenefits.comChances are the group life insurance was "guarantee issue" meaning they will cover you without asking about your medical history.You don't have to tell them anything unless they asked about it. Did they ask questions about your... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplyI just received information about Life Insurance that might be helpful to someone who is HIV+. I have located a High Risk Insurance Company which is called IMPAIRED RISK SPECIALIST INC. The company has a plan called E.Z. 123 HIV.
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Posted by logopolis, 1 ReplyHi Folks,
OK so now everything has settled down and life is carrying on pretty much as normal i am starting to look at policies, in particular life insurance to cover the mortgage.
Had a read through my current policy and surprise surprise HIV... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIf you read this He are saying that a test at 3 months is MORE THAN 99.5% accurate(Most recent study). He also saying that 6 month window is an "insurance policy." wich means that the insurance companies want to have this 6 month rule and even if... Read more »
Posted by RussIn a recent update there was a person that named three insurance companies where HIV+ people could still buy policies. I inadvertently deleted that update and am trying to find the information. Can anyone help?
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