Substandard Whole Life Insurance Policy

Get A Substandard Whole Life Insurance Policy if you don’t qualify for Standard.

A Substandard Whole Life Insurance policy will cost you a little more than a standard policy. We always try to get you

the best rate. Depending on your medical conditions, you may not qualify for a standard policy. We will then try to get you qualified for the next best – a substandard policy.

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“Substandard Whole Life Insurance” refers to a type of whole life insurance policy that is issued to individuals who are considered to be higher risk due to certain health conditions, lifestyle factors, or other underwriting reasons. This type of policy is often also referred to as “rated” or “impaired risk” whole life insurance.

Here’s what you need to know about substandard whole life insurance policies:

  1. Underwriting Process: When you apply for a whole life insurance policy, the insurance company assesses your risk based on factors such as your age, health, medical history, lifestyle habits (like smoking), and other relevant information. If you have health conditions that are considered higher risk, you might not qualify for a standard policy, or you might be offered a substandard policy.

  2. Health Conditions: Health conditions that could result in a substandard policy might include chronic illnesses, serious medical conditions, or a history of medical issues such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, or other conditions that might impact your life expectancy.

  3. Lifestyle Factors: Certain lifestyle choices, such as smoking or engaging in hazardous activities, can also lead to a substandard policy. These factors increase the insurer’s risk of having to pay out the death benefit sooner.

  4. Higher Premiums: Substandard whole life insurance policies come with higher premium costs compared to standard policies. This is because the insurance company is taking on more risk by providing coverage to individuals who have a higher likelihood of making a claim.

  5. Reduced Death Benefit: In some cases, the insurance company might limit the death benefit payout during the initial years of the policy. This is a way for the insurer to mitigate its risk and ensure that they are able to cover the policyholder’s risk.

  6. Medical Exams: Depending on the severity of the health condition, the insurance company might require you to undergo a medical exam or provide more detailed medical records in order to assess your eligibility for coverage and determine the premium rate.

  7. Review of Policy Terms: It’s important to carefully review the terms and conditions of a substandard whole life insurance policy. Understand the limitations, coverage amount, premium costs, and any restrictions that may apply to the policy.

If you are offered a substandard whole life insurance policy, it’s a good idea to consider your options carefully. While the higher premiums might make the policy less affordable, having life insurance coverage can still provide financial protection for your loved ones in the event of your passing. You might also explore other insurance options, such as term life insurance, which could offer more affordable coverage for a specific period without the lifelong commitment of whole life insurance.

As always, when making decisions about life insurance, it’s advisable to consult with a qualified insurance professional or financial advisor who can help you assess your needs and find the best policy for your circumstances.

Benefits of having a Substandard Whole Life Insurance Policy:

    • Full coverage start on the policy issue date with no waiting period
      Substandard Whole Life Insurance Policy

      Substandard Whole Life Insurance Policy

    • You policy face value never decrease
    • Your whole life policy builds cash value
    • Permanent Life Insurance
    • Your monthly premium (payments) will never increase
    • You can never outlive your policy
    • Policy pays your beneficiary as long as premiums have been paid
    • Policy cannot be revoked by the insurance company
    • Guaranteed Death Benefit
    • Your policy last your whole life
    • Policy cannot be cancelled except for non payment

Get A Substandard Whole Life Insurance Policy

If you need a low cost Standard Whole Life Insurance policy, fill out the contact form above for a Quick Quote from a Licensed Senior Life Insurance Professional in Your State. Your policy can cost as little as $1 a day.

We can get you a Whole Life Insurance Policy with No Medical Exam even if you have major illness. You may qualify for:

If you have already requested your senior whole life insurance quote, our agents will call you back soon as possible to discuss your condition and give you a free no obligation quote on your whole life insurance policy.