When determining which product to recommend for a client use this guide. This is just a guide and if you are not certain you can call for a risk assessment by contacting the carrier. Refer to the underwriting guides for each product for additional information.
Determine Eligibility Based On Health
IF THE PROPOSED INSURED ANSWERS “YES” TO ANY QUESTIONS IN PART ONE, THAT PERSON IS MAY NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR ANY COVERAGE UNDER THE TRADITIONAL LEVEL COVERAGES – GO TO AIG GUARANTEED ISSUE PRODUCT
These questions are based on the MOO Living Promise app. Check your underwriting guides or review the specific product application and knock-out health questions.
1. Is the Proposed Insured currently:
(a) bedridden or confined to any hospital, nursing home, long-term care facility or skilled nursing facility; or receiving or been advised to receive care in a nursing home, hospice care, or home health care?
(b) requiring assistance with activities of daily living such as taking medications, bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, getting in and out of a chair or bed, or control of bowel or bladder problems?
(c) requiring any of the following (other than for fractures, bone or joint surgery, including replacement): wheelchair, electric scooter, or oxygen equipment to assist breathing (excluding use for sleep apnea)?
2. Has the Proposed Insured ever been:
(a) diagnosed as having Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), AIDS Related Complex (ARC) or been treated for AIDS or ARC by a physician or heath care provider?
(b) diagnosed with, been treated for or advised by a physician or health care provider to receive treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, Huntington’s Disease, Sickle Cell Anemia, Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS), Quadriplegia, Paraplegia, Down’s Syndrome, mental incapacity, congestive heart failure, Cirrhosis, Metastatic Cancer or recurrent Cancer of the same type?
(c) diagnosed with insulin shock, diabetic coma, or had an amputation due to diabetic complications or diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease or requiring dialysis?
(d) advised to receive or have received an organ or bone marrow transplant?
(e) diagnosed by a physician or health care provider as having a terminal medical condition that is expected to result in death within the next 12months?
3. In the past 12 months, has the Proposed Insured been:
(a) advised by a physician to have a surgical operation, diagnostic testing other than for routine screening purposes or for those related to AIDS, treatment, hospitalization, or other procedure which has not been done or for which results are not known?
(b) diagnosed by a physician or health care provider as having heart disease or heart surgery of any kind?
4. In the past 2 years, has the Proposed Insured been diagnosed with:, been treated for or advised by a physician or health care provider to receive treatment for any form of cancer (except basal or squamous cell
5. Has the Proposed Insured: ever (a) received care or treatment for, or (b) been advised by a physician or health care provider to seek treatment for:
(a) Diabetes before age 50 or diabetes at any age with complications of Retinopathy (eye), Nephropathy (kidney), Neuropathy (nerve) or Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD or PAD)?
(b) Hepatitis C?
(c) Chronic Lung Disease, including Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema, or Sarcoidosis?
IF THE PROPOSED INSURED ANSWERS “YES” TO ANY QUESTION IN PART TWO, THAT PERSON IS ELIGIBLE ONLY FOR THE GRADED BENEFIT PRODUCT.
6. In the past 4 years, has the Proposed Insured: (a) received care or treatment for, or (b) been advised by a physician or health care provider to seek treatment for:
(a) Cancer, Leukemia, Melanoma or any other internal cancer (except basal or squamous cell skin cancer)?
(b) Chronic Kidney Disease, Systemic Lupus or Scleroderma?
(c) Bipolar Depression, Schizophrenia, Parkinson’s Disease or Multiple Sclerosis?
7. In the past 2 years, has the Proposed Insured: received care or treatment for, or been advised by a physician or health care provider to seek treatment for:
(a) Coronary Artery Disease, Heart Attack, Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Angioplasty, Cardiomyopathy, irregular heart rhythm, or Valvular Heart Disease with surgical repair or replacement?
(b) Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)?
8. In the past 2 years, has the Proposed Insured:
(a) been convicted of, incarcerated for or currently awaiting trial for a felony?
(b) been treated for or advised to have treatment for alcohol or drug abuse or convicted more than once of reckless driving or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
(c) used unlawful drugs in any form or abused or misused prescription drugs?
9. In the past 2 years, has the Proposed Insured: been hospitalized by a physician or health care provider for any mental or nervous disorder?
10. In the past 12 months, has the Proposed Insured: consulted a physician for chronic cough, unexplained weight loss greater than 10 pounds, fatigue or unexplained gastrointestinal bleeding?
IF ALL QUESTIONS ARE “NO” THEN PROCEED TO HEALTHY PRODUCT SELECTION BELOW.
HEALTHY CLIENT PRODUCTS
WHOLE LIFE FINAL EXPENSE
Use these products for healthy clients.
Americo – Eagle Premier
$2,000 – $30,000
Mutual of Omaha – Living Promise
$2,000 – $40,000
Americo – Home Mortgage Series (HMS)
$25,000 – $400,000 (age 20-50)
$25,000 – $250,000 (age 51-65)
Mutual of Omaha – Term Life Express
$25,000 – $300,000 (age 18-50)
$25,000 – $250,000 (age 51-65)
WHOLE LIFE FINAL EXPENSE GRADED
Graded products are for clients who have some health concerns and are not eligible for the standard life insurance products.
Americo Eagle Premier – 3 year Graded
Age 50-85 – Graded
$2,000 – $10,000
Pays 110% of paid premium in first 3 years.
Mutual of Omaha – Living Promise – 2 year graded
Age 45-85 – Graded
Pays 110% of paid premium in first 2 years
$2,000 – $20,000
Royal Neighbors Graded Death Benefit
$5,000 – $10,000
30% of face amount in first year
70% of face amount in second year
Transamerica – Easy Solution – 2 year graded
$1,000 – $25,000
The Accidental Death Products below can be used for all clients regardless of health. Good for healthy and non-healthy as long as the client is within the product issue age.
These are great products as a stand-alone or as an add-on.
Americo HMS Plus Accidental Death
$1,000 term Plus a max of $200,000 Accidental Death
RUN QUOTE – To run this quote requires Americo agent login.
Mutual of Omaha – Guaranteed Advantage
Accidental Death Only
$50,000 – $500,000
Use this product for people who have health issues and don’t qualify for the others.
AIG – Guaranteed Issue Whole Life – 2 year graded.
Pays 110% of paid premium in first 2 years
$5,000 – $25,000
With Guaranteed Issue Whole Life Insurance, if you’re age 50-85, you can’t be turned down for health reasons, and you can receive permanent life insurance without having to qualify for coverage based on your health. The benefits from this guaranteed issue whole life insurance can lend a helping hand for your loved ones during a difficult time.
Hassle-Free Whole life Insurance Coverage
- Guaranteed Acceptance
- No Medical Exam
- Up to $25,000* in Coverage
- Living Benefits are Included – at NO EXTRA COST
(Subject to state approval)
- Chronic Illness
- Terminal Illness
- Guaranteed Level Premiums
- Developed for Ages 50-85