Brain and Nervous System Life Insurance

We have the underwriting experience to help you no matter what type of brain condition you have.

Brain & Nervous System Overview

We focus on high-risk life insurance and know how to get you approved.

You’ll find detailed articles for the above medical conditions, including underwriting and life insurance rate information.

Nervous System Disorders

We have underwriting experience helping people with the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system disorders.

Some examples of central nervous system disorders include epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease.

Examples of peripheral nervous system disorders include Guillain-Barre syndrome, diabetic neuropathy, etc.

Seizure Disorders

What is the underlying cause of your seizure disorder?

How frequent and severe are your seizures?

What medications do you take, and how is your current control of the condition?

Aneurysms

Did you have surgery, a gamma knife, or radiation treatment?

Companies want to see a period of stability after treatment.

Underwriting Questions

With most nervous system and brain-related conditions,

Insurance companies are looking to see how much you’ve recovered, and what residual health issues you currently have.

Here’s what we need to know:

  • What is your exact diagnosis?
  • What is the diagnosis date?
  • The medications and dosages you take.
  • The types of testing you have completed.
  • Were you hospitalized?
  • Are you disabled?
  • If yes, what is your date of disability?
  • Do you have other health issues such as heart disease, etc?

COVID has made underwriting more difficult but we still have companies for you.

Conclusion

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