About Burial Insurance for a Death of Natural Causes

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Burial insurance for death due to natural causes has a guaranteed issue policy if the person applies at age 80 or below. Find out when there are no medical underwriting questions for burial insurance with information from an insurance agent in this free video on burial insurance.

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Hello, my name is Bill Hager. I'm a licensed life, health and annuities agent in the state of Florida. The question's come up about purchasing burial insurance for death due to natural causes. Basically what this entails is a form of life insurance. Typically an average funeral these days runs between ten or fifteen thousand dollars. You should consult, if you're interested, consult funeral directors in your local market area to find out what the average rate is in your specific location. But in general a burial insurance for death due to natural causes, if in most states age eighty and below, if at the time that the person applies for the burial insurance, there is a guaranteed issue type of policy. Guaranteed issue means that there is no medical underwriting question. Actually the insured can already been deemed to be terminally ill and the policy would still pay out at time of death. So it behooves somebody to do the investigation in the local market areas to see what plans are available. So guaranteed issue policy, there are no medical underwriting questions, and the person is guaranteed to be accepted for the policy simply by paying the premiums. Over age eighty in most states it is not available. Therefore is somebody is already deemed to be terminally ill, and they're past age eighty, they're probably not going to be able to find a policy that they can qualify for to pay for those final expenses. So under age eighty, it would be a very wise move to do so that the party members and members of the family, after the departure of the insured, are not going to be hit with that huge expense of a funeral unexpectedly. Insurance is the best way to cover that particular expense. Again, I hope that answers your question. My name again is Bill Hager. I'm a licensed life, health and annuities agent in the state of Florida. Thank you.


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