BEWARE: I did not write the preceding answer. I do not know who, or how, profiles are being hijacked, but everyone should be careful.
But ... here's the issue: Insurance companies may be reluctant to issue a policy. There are, however, companies that WILL do so! The question is, Can you afford the premiums? What would cost you $30 to $80 may end up costing you $900 to $2000 or more. So, it depends on the situation. Try calling some compaines and do your research. I hope I was able to help out. James Yes, There are "Graded" policies that pay a limited amount the first 3 years.
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