No a convicted felon still serving time or on probation can not. Depending on crime after probation is over then it's a possibility but it will be a substandard rate so the cost per thousand will be more and it's possible to have an expiration on the substandard rate so it will drop the cost per thousand back to standard rates when it expires. It will have to be a fully underwritten product so a full medical exam will be needed and the insurance co. will provide that. There will also be questionnaires to fill out for example a drug questionnaire and/or an alcohol questionnaire. The insurance co may also advise waiting some years but some inexperienced agent who really wants the commission will write the business which of course will be declined and then the decline will go into your records and not make you look good at all.
== == Why not? Submit an application and see what happens. They might charge extra, but at least you get coverage.
Being a convicted felon could affect the "insurability" of a person. In other words, it could change the insurance company's evaluation of the "likelihood" that the person will die (other factors, of course, would also be considered, such as health, family history, etc.). Lifestyle can affect insurability.
The spouse of a convicted felon may purchase and own a firearm. However knowingly supplying a felon with a firearm is a felony.
The general answer is, no. A convicted felon cannot legally purchase a handgun in any state.
This is not a forum in which to discuss or recommend specific insurers. However, a factor that you must consider is the offense of which your son was convicted. The underwriting guidelines of any particular insurer may, for example, preclude issuing a policy to a convicted felon. This is especially true if the felony involved insurance fraud. Contact a licensed local life insurance agent or broker for specifics.
No. A convicted felon is a convicted felon regardless of WHERE they go or live in the US. Note: Use caution if you're even thinking about it! The federal punishment for felon in possession of a firearm is a minimum of 15 years in federal prison.
Convicted felons may not possess firearms, ammunition, or explosives.
A convicted felon may not purchase, possess, or have access to firearms ANYWHERE in the United States as per federal law.
Provided you are not a convicted felon, you can buy long guns at 18 and hand guns at 21.
No. A convicted felon cannot purchase, own or be in possession of any weapon classified as a firearm - or ammunition.
No, not in California or any other state. Federal law prohibits you from purchasing firearms if you are convicted of a felony.
You need to consult with a lawyer familiar with firearms law.
It is legal to purchase a bullet proof vest as long as you are not a convicted felon.
I am a Jehovah's Witness, and I actually have two life insurance policies. Yes, we can buy life insurance.
They can buy life insurance...and should!
You can buy a life insurance plan, individually, or a family life insurance plan, from a bank, or an insurance company, such as all state, progressive, or state farm.
Getting a mortgage loan will be the problem, not the purchase. If you pay cash, then there is no legal reason that will stop you.
Only convictions will limit your legal possession of a firearm. So if you where not convicted then you can possess a firearm.
A gun part is not a regulated item. However, the frame of a firearm, known as the receiver is legally a firearm. A convicted felon may not possess a firearm, nor may they possess ammunition.
No. Under the federal firearms act, blackpowder arms fall under the definition of firearms, and are prohibited to be possessed by convicted felons.
Yes, as long as you're not a convicted felon and you have to either already own it or buy it face-to-face, not online.