Traditional life insurance is not available for people with terminal illness.
In some cases, a Graded Death Benefit life insurance policy may be available. With this type of policy, if the insured dies during the first few years, the insurance company will only pay back the premiums paid plus interest.
With each passing year, an additional percentage of the death benefit becomes available.
If terminally ill person approves change it is legal If terminally ill person disapproves change it is illegal If terminally ill person is not able to approve or disapprove it should not be changed
If you are terminally ill, many policies will allow withdrawals.
when you are so sick that you are going to die. no hope for you if you are terminally ill man.
Most ill, or terminally ill. NOT illest .
By definition, every terminally-ill patient dies. To answer your question: 100 percent.
Demerol is a pain killer. t may be used to make a terminally ill person more comfortable.
There are a lot of ways in order for one to take care of the terminally ill. However, all of the respite services for the terminally ill are practical. This might be through accessing palliative care, finding a hospice or arranging nursing care in your home
I wasn't aware it had any affect.
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Yes, when used in as sentence or phrase. One can say OK- so and so is terminally ill- without punctuation, but and usually the close-coupling is to avoid confusion- Terminally-Ill actress makes funeral plans. In some combinations it is normally hyphenated- but not always.
Christian Biot has written: 'Mourir vivant' -- subject(s): Death, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Terminally ill, Terminally ill
Why would you need to know? It's really none of your business.
If you are terminally ill, you may have intractablepain....
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It is usually used to relieve pain in the terminily ill patient.
She is no longer living She died 6.25.09/
You will have to ask a lawyer in that state.
Only if they are terminally ill or have an STD
it is against the law!
Whether or not it "should" is a matter of opinion; however heroin has already been used to help terminally ill cancer patience.
No, you can't buy life insurance for terminally ill people. Life insurance policies will only pay a death benefit if the insured person does not die of a condition that already existed (known as a pre-existing condition) at the time the policy is first purchased. So, while it would be possible to lie to the insurance company and claim that the person buying the insurance is perfectly healthy, and not all insurance policies require a medical examination, it is still true that when the person dies, the insurance company will investigate and will discover that the death resulted from a pre-existing condition, and therefore the insurance is not valid. (They will return the premiums paid, however.)