Many insurers offer affordable no medical exam policies
Canadians looking for no medical exam life insurance can get a term life policy with no physical. This type of policy provides good coverage without the hassles of scheduling or submitting to a medical exam. To determine if you are eligible for a policy, you will be asked to answer a series of yes or no questions. If you qualify, you could purchase a relatively low-cost no medical exam policy without further requirements.
Getting term life insurance with no medical exam is an option for people who don’t want to go through the time-consuming hassle of getting checked out by a nurse or paramedical company. People search for term life insurance without a medical exam requirement typically because they may not be in the best of health. No medical exam policies may also be a good alternative for children. It ensures your child’s coverage eligibility in the future, regardless of their future health status.
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No medical exam life insurance products in Canada
You must shop around and compare premiums before buying. An online insurance quote service provider like us allows you to do just that. You can compare rates, policies and evaluate the choices provided by different insurance companies to obtain the best possible no medical life insurance for you and your specific insurance needs.
Do talk to us, as you will get the best plan by allowing us to understand your issues and concerns, and our website can’t cover every possible solution available. Some of the more popular solutions from several insurance companies we work with follow. These are solutions often suggested as a starting point to our non-medical life insurance interested clients.
Canada Protection Plan life insurance is a no medical exam product in which several questions are asked to determine eligibility. Please read carefully and see what you would qualify for when applying.
If any questions in Section A are answered with a “Yes,” coverage is not available.
If any questions in Section B are answered with a “Yes,” then only the Deferred Life plan is available. This means that no death claim will be paid for two years from the date of issue, and only the premiums will be returned with a nominal interest rate (currently 3%) should you die in these two years. If all questions in Section A and B are answered with a “No,” then Simplified Life is available, and benefits start on issue.
If all the questions in Sections A and B and C are answered, “No,” coverage is available for $50,001 to $75,000, which is referred to as Simplified Life Plus unless you are a smoker, in which case it is only available for $50,000. There is also section D, with one additional question, which, if answered “No,” increases the maximum coverage to $100,000.
- Within the past three years, have you had or been treated for:
- Heart failure or peripheral vascular disease?
- Cancer or malignant tumour?
- Unusual chronic infection or Immune System abnormality, including HIV/AIDS?
- An incurable terminal illness?
- Organ transplant?
- Are you currently hospitalized or confined to a nursing facility?
- Within the past two years, have you had or been treated for
- Heart attack, stroke, bypass surgery or coronary artery disease requiring hospitalization?
- Angina or severe chest pains requiring hospitalization?
- High blood pressure not controlled by medication and/or a doctor
- Serious blood disorders such as hemophilia, thrombocytopenia or serious anemia?
- Chronic respiratory condition which required the administration of oxygen?
- Chronic kidney disease?
- Chronic liver diseases such as hepatitis B or C and cirrhosis
- Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, multiple sclerosis or suicide attempts?
- Alcoholism or drug addiction?
- Diabetes requiring daily insulin injections?
- Within the past two years,
- Have you applied for life insurance, which has been declined or postponed?
- Within the past six months,
- Have you had any medical tests done for which a diagnosis has not yet been reached?
For coverage over $50,000 to a maximum of $75,000
- Would the answers to the questions in Sections A and B change if the time frame changed to “Within the past 5 years”?
- Is your weight greater than that shown for your height?
Canada Protection Plan weight chart
|5′ 0″||150||161||73||6′ 0″||180||230||105|
|5′ 1″||153||166||75||6′ 1″||183||238||108|
|5′ 2″||155||173||79||6′ 2″||185||244||111|
|5′ 3″||158||179||81||6′ 3″||188||251||114|
|5′ 4″||160||184||84||6′ 4″||190||258||117|
|5′ 5″||163||189||86||6′ 5″||193||264||120|
|5′ 6″||165||195||89||6′ 6″||195||271||123|
|5′ 7″||168||200||91||6′ 7″||198||279||127|
|5′ 8″||170||206||94||6′ 8″||200||285||130|
|5′ 9″||173||213||97||6′ 9″||203||293||133|
Humania life insurance without a medical exam is designed for people who have had difficulty obtaining life insurance for medical or other reasons. To purchase, all you have to do is answer six simple eligibility questions. You are protected immediately upon receipt of your application by the insurer.
No Medical Life Insurance Eligibility Questions
Are you currently working?
In the last 12 months, did you work at least 28 weeks and at least 21 hours per week?
In the last two years, were you absent from work for more than 15 consecutive days due to illness, or did you receive disability or critical Illness benefits under a private, group or public insurance plan? This refers to any private insurance plan you may have, any insurance coverage provided by your employer, professional association or other group or organization, and coverage provided by government agencies, both provincial and federal.
In the last two years, did you receive treatment or were you advised to seek treatment regarding the use of drugs or alcohol? Treatment includes but is not limited to participation in a support group.
Were you incarcerated in prison for more than 48 hours in the last five years?
In the last six months, did you have any physical or mental symptoms or discomfort you have not yet consulted a health professional?
Important product features to review
There are three available coverage options: Gold, Silver or Bronze level.
|Amount of coverage||Minimum $5,000, maximum $300,000|
|Age limit upon purchase||Available to persons 18 to 60 years old|
|Type of contract||Term 10 or 20 years, depending on the option chosen by the person insured|
|Renewal||Guaranteed renewable to age 70|
|Premium||This policy has premiums that change every 10 or 20 years, depending on the option selected by the policyholder. The premium is guaranteed for the selected period. At the end of the ten or twenty-year period, depending on the option selected, the premium will be adjusted to reflect the insured’s attained age, the insured’s original risk class and the premium rates applicable at that date. The new premium will also be guaranteed for a further period of 10 or 20 years.|
|Beneficiary||As designated by the person insured|
|Pre-existing condition||Pre-existing conditions of 12 or 24 months apply (varies according to the policy purchased by the person insured)|
|Refund of Premium Rider (optional)||After 20 years without a claim, receive a premium refund of up to 75% of the total premiums paid.|
|Exclusions and restrictions||Please refer to the specimen policy document for complete details.|
Golden Protection has a feature called “Plus,” which increases the face amount by 3% every year, but the premiums remain the same. The “Plus” feature is about 30% more expensive to reflect the cost of increasing the coverage amount by 3% each year. After ten years, the coverage is 30% more, at which point this product becomes worth the extra premiums. Golden Protection is the less expensive of the two, but there are more questionnaires to satisfy. Assumption Life also has a non-medical term plan called InstaTerm, that any of our knowledgeable agents would be pleased to review with you to determine if you qualify.
- Coverage amounts from $1,000 to $50,000
- No height or weight tables
- People with diabetes, type 1 or 2 can typically qualify
- Coverage starts from when the application is completed and cheque submitted
- Paid-up and guaranteed cash values start in the third year
issue ages of between 40 and 85 years of age
- Benefit amount doubles if death is caused by accident and triples if it is in a public vehicle
- If diagnosed with only a few months to live, you can apply for 50% of the death benefit while still living. The remainder paid on death. Before using this option, consider the purpose of the life insurance and if there will be sufficient funds left for that purpose.
The second option from Assumption Life is called Total Protection. It asks only four qualifying questions for up to $30,000 and an additional 4 for up to $50,000 coverage. Total Protection is also known as a “Deferred” plan, where if death occurs in the initial two years of the policy, due to a cause other than accidental, they will refund the premiums paid, but not the death benefit. After the policy has been in-force for two years, it will pay the benefit, regardless of cause. Total Protection is the more expensive of the two but easier to qualify since fewer questionnaires are to complete.
- Coverage for between $5,000 and $50,000
- Only two qualifying questions
- There is a two-year deferral. If the insured passes within the first two years, premiums are returned with 3% interest.
- There are only four questions to qualify for up to $30,000, with another four questions to qualify for up to $50,000.
- Available between ages 18 to 80. These can be affordable, particularly for younger people with significant medical issues.
When properly guided, buying a no medical policy is easy
Our advisors can help you find low-cost no medical exam policies at an affordable price! We are an independent insurance agency and a leading insurance quote comparison provider in Canada. These policies pay benefits throughout the ownership of the policy, not just upon the death of the policyholder and are very attractive to many consumers.
No medical exam insurance provides coverage for life for as long as you pay your premiums. You can select from different types of policies with varying levels of coverage. We can also provide quotes for no medical exam living benefits insurance such as guaranteed issue critical illness insurance.
Keep in mind that there is still a chance of you being denied insurance. No medical life insurance isn’t available if the applicant is over 75. Some factors such as age, family history, gender and smoking status still influence the overall cost of your life insurance policy.
Finding quotes for no medical exam life insurance
No matter what type of policy you need, finding quotes for life insurance is the easy part. We’ll start matching you with the insurance companies that best fit your needs by completing the life insurance quotes form.
We try to minimize the hassle of buying life insurance by providing you with the opportunity to review competing quotes from several different companies from the comfort of your own home. You should know that other term life or whole life insurance products that are cheaper may be available to you, even with some pre-existing conditions.
Guaranteed issue life insurance is also available
Retirees or seniors should consider these types of policies. With a guaranteed issue policy, you will not be turned down for coverage regardless of your health status, age, or other factors. However, the premiums for these policies are higher since there is almost no underwriting involved. Insurance companies specializing in guaranteed issue life insurance offer permanent life policies with low face values such as $5,000 to $25,000 of coverage. These amounts might seem insignificant in an industry where $1,000,000 policies are commonplace, but they make sense when you look more closely at what those payouts are intended for by the insured. Guaranteed issue policies are purchased to settle debts, pay off accrued medical expenses, or pay funeral and cemetery costs when the insured passes away.Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance