Life Insurance for Cervical Cancer Patients

Life Insurance for Cervical Cancer Patients

Qualifying for life insurance after cervical cancer may not be easy, but it is doable if you strategically plan out your application and work with a qualified professional.

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Insurance for Workers Overseas in High-risk Professions

Insurance for Workers Overseas in High-risk Professions

Whether you’re headed to Haiti as a volunteer helping to restore the earthquake-ravaged country, or to Iraq as an employee rebuilding its infrastructure, or even off the shores of Somalia as ship crewmember and scuba diving adventurist, you or your boss will most likely be looking at higher premiums — if you can get life insurance at all.

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What Does An Insurance Impaired-Risk Specialist Do

What Does An Insurance Impaired-Risk Specialist Do

It’s never been easy being a stuntman, and aside from the inherent risk of serious injury or even death in their daily work, it’s also a monumental task to buy insurance if you lead an edgy existence. That’s where an insurance impaired-risk specialist, or a broker who finds the best life insurance plans for applicants with a serious medical condition or occupational hazard, comes into the picture. In the case of those who favor a…

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How to Lower Your Insurance Premiums If You Have Diabetes

How to Lower Your Insurance Premiums If You Have Diabetes

Diabetes is a highly treatable, but potentially deadly, disease if left untreated or undiagnosed. According to the American Diabetes Association, both the death rate from heart disease and risk for stroke are two to four times higher for people with diabetes. It is the leading cause of kidney failure and new cases of blindness and is the reason for more than 60 percent of lower limb amputations.

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Can I get insurance if I have lung cancer?

Can I get insurance if I have lung cancer?

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.

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