No matter your age or lifestyle, there are some risks that can’t be avoided. Whether it’s concerning your job, gender or physical condition, risks affect your life and your insurance rates.Read More
When a person applies for life insurance, the relationship between their height, weight, and girth is considered.
It also happens to be one of the basic determinants of mortality risk, according to Edward E. Graves, author of McGill’s Life Insurance.Read More
Buying life insurance is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make for your family and should be made with a company that your family can trust.Read More
Sleep apnea is shallow breathing and pauses in your breath that can interrupt your sleep cycle.Read More
There are four independent agencies that measure the past, present and future financial strength of insurance companies and each have their own method for doing so.Read More
Lung disease encompasses a wide range of afflictions—from the very treatable pneumonia to the controllable but not curable emphysema to lung cancer, whose victims have a five-year survival rate of just 6 to 15 percent.Read More
Despite the bleak prognosis, it is possible to get life insurance after diagnosis of Alzheimer’sRead More