Preexisting conditions are health problems you had when you became insured. Insurance companies may require that a period of time pass before the policy pays for care related to these conditions. For example, a company may exclude coverage of preexisting conditions for six months. This means that if you need long term care within six months of the policy's issue date for that condition, you may be denied benefits. Companies do not generally exclude coverage for preexisting conditions for more than six months.
I don't know if that really answers your question. Maybe someone else can elaborate specifically on your situation with a pacemaker.
A pacemaker does not ordinarily disqualify you for LTCi. What LTC underwriters are primarily looking for are conditions that would make you a higher risk of needing extended care. Different companies have different underwriting requirements. Find an agent that your comfortable with and give it a shot. Worse thing that can happen is that you get declined and have to try somewhere else. You'll get any preliminary premium returned if your are declined.
Also, LTC policies generally do not have a pre-existing condition clause. You will either be approved or not. For some conditions if you ARE declined you may re-apply after a designated period of recovery time.
No it doesn't. If you need a pacemaker due to having tachycardia(heart speeds too fast) or bradycardia (heart slows), life insurance is available with a number of impaired risk life insurance companies. the following pacemaker life insurance info may be helpful http://www.lifeinsuranceadvisors.com/pacemaker.html The main concern for life insurance companies is the risk of infection after the pacemaker is implanted. With that being said, most companies will postpone you for life insurance for a period of 3-6 months after implant. Once this time passes, you may be able to get a policy at "standard" rates or a table rated policy. All you can do is check with the companies... There's a price for everything.
its kind of imposable to fly after a pacemaker it in u
can you have a disabled badge if fitted with a pacemaker
It's bad to smoke cigarettes regardless of a pacemaker or not...
Yes, in the state of Tennessee it does. I have been denied by all independent agencies, and by TennCare, too. They all say I am uninsurable even though I have lifetime coverage on any and all heart problems through a workers compensation settlement. Many people who are denied insurance use other alternatives. If your employer has a group plan, that is your best bet. The advantage of a group plan is that pretty much everyone is accepted, regardless of health. If you can't get coverage that way, check with your state. Depending on where you live, you may be able to get coverage though a state program. In Colorado, I am under the state's "CoverColorado" program and in Wisconsin I was covered under "HIRSP". (I've had a pacemaker since I was 20.) Check out your state's department of health for available programs. It seems that not all states have such programs in place, though I know a few (like Tennessee) are in the process of implemeting such a program.
Dont, it can kill you
A doctor (preferrably the on who did the pacemaker surgury) is the only person that can make a determination that you are partially, or temporarily, or permanently disabled.
No, the insurance company will not cancel your insurance for having three accidents, but they will increase your insurance premium.
Having insurance is wonderful for emergencies and accidents. The only risk of having insurance is that the insurer may not cover certain incidents, so one might be paying for insurance and won't get coverage.
Comprehensive car insurance can be cheap by having a higher deductible, getting any available discounts from your insurance carrier, or having a lower amount of coverage. You can also have cheap comprehensive insurance by having a less expensive car.
Highlight the consequences of not having insurance.
Having an independent insurance agent can lead to more personal interaction. He or she can also customize your plans to make your insurance cheaper.
One disadvantage of having inexpensive car insurance is that you might not have enough coverage.
Having personal medical insurance is beneficial to cover any medical issues that may arise. While it may cost a premium, having insurance is reassuring in times of sickness.
Expect to get a ticket for not having the insurance.
A disadvantage of having insurance for medical reasons means that it has to be paid, no matter what. If a person is never sick, this can be a hardship, and the money seems wasted. Having auto insurance, though is just the opposite. Auto insurance is necessary to protect the person from other drivers and their mistakes.
Having medical malpractice insurance is extremely important for doctors. This insurance will protect the doctor in the case of any law suits against him or her.
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There are many benefits of having car recovery insurance. The main benefits of having car recovery insurance include saving one's family money and insuring that one's car can always be repaired.
The Law in Georgia about drivers having auto insurance is no different to any other state,you must have auto insurance if you drive a car.
There are several benefits to having income insurance. If in any weird occasion you are not able to work the insurance would keep you alive for a relative time period.
If you're having a problem with an insurance company, you need to report them to your state's insurance commission. In addition, you can go to your state's attorney general for relief.
your insurance co will notify the DMV and then can suspend your license