you can get life insurance , but if you die of a drug overdose, then they will discontinue your contract.and you will get nothing .
The answer is in the negative and the insurance company is not liable to pay for accidental drug overdose.
No. If it was an accidental overdose, maybe.
Generally no. Was the person a drug user when the policy was taken out? Was it admitted on the application? No. The only exception would be if the policy was in the first two years and the person lied about drug use when the policy was obtained. If it is beyond two years, or the person did not lie at the time, and the premiums have been paid, the policy is in effect.
If , it's life insurance then NO. Than you have accidentally overdose (not intend-it). Then a autopsy should be preformed. But if its health insurance , Then YES they will pay the hospital bill.
If they were legal prescribed medications then they normally will after an investigation. If they were narcotics, then no. I agree with the first contributor, as a rule policy documents supplied at the outset of the policy, and sometimes before the policy commences state in clear terms that drug abuse is an exclusion.
As long as it was inforce longer than 2 years. That's when the suicide clause runs out. Was there drug abuse prior? Was it admitted on the application? Fraud?
every drug can kill you from overdose
You can overdose on any drug
It's highly unlikely any company would be willing to provide a Life Insurance policy to a known Drug Addict
Alot of people died of drug overdose.
yes you can overdose on any drug