TITLE

EXTREME COVERAGE

AUTHOR(S)
Jones, Chuck
PUB. DATE
December 2000
SOURCE
Advisor Today;Dec2000, Vol. 95 Issue 12, p54
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the difficulty for thrill seekers, extreme sports enthusiasts and other high-risk people in getting life insurance coverage. Element that helps an insurer decide whether to take on a high-risk applicant; Types of high-risk people that Impaired Risk Specialists will cover at a standard rate; Details on the underwriting elements that are determining factors in rating a policy.
ACCESSION #
3918594

 

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