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7 Things to Know About Life Insurance without a Medical Exam

7 Things to Know About Life Insurance without a Medical Exam

Life insurance is essential for anyone who wants to help protect their family’s future. However, there are many reasons why Americans are not purchasing life insurance, one being the requirement of a medical exam.

Fortunately, there are a few ways you can still purchase coverage and protect your family with no medical exam. However, there are a few things to know beforehand.

Who can benefit from a no-exam policy?

No exam life insurance coverage could be a good fit for those looking for a small amount of coverage, or even additional coverage on an already existing policy. Additionally, common people who can benefit from a no-exam policy may include:

  • People with the fear of needles, blood, etc.
  • Those without time or money for an appointment
  • Those who need coverage immediately


Types of no-exam life insurance

There is a good variety of life insurance policies that do not require exams. Policies can vary, but the main no-exam coverage may be:

  • Simplified issue term life

    • Death benefits in the $5K-$1M range
    • Can apply between ages 18-80
    • Term periods can range from 5 to 30 years (rate guarantee period)
  • Simplified issue universal life

    • Death benefits in the $5K-$1M range
    • Can apply between ages 21-65
    • Juvenile products available
    • Cost and death benefit fixed for life
  • Level death benefit whole life

    • Death benefit and cost is fixed for life
    • Can apply up through age 80
    • Smaller death benefits in the $250K-$500K range
  • Graded benefit whole life

    • Provide lifetime coverage at a fixed rate
    • Meant for clients with more serious health history
    • Potentially higher cost and benefit can go up to give years
  • Rapid decision senior whole life

    • Death benefits in the $5K-$50K range
    • Usually purchased by seniors between ages 50-85
    • Underwriting guidelines/requirements may vary in leniency
    • Rapid decision
  • Guaranteed issue

    • No health questions asked
    • Cannot be turned down from coverage because of medical reasons
    • Usually purchased by people in poor health or advanced age, where they can’t qualify for other lower cost coverage
    • Death benefits typically available in the $5k-$25k range


No-exam approval process

If you don’t take a medical exam, the insurance company still needs a way to assess their risk of insuring you. The company may do a few verification screenings such as a phone call, medical questionnaire, and a full review of your medical history.

Advantages and disadvantages of a no-exam life insurance policy

As with any insurance policy, there are advantages and disadvantages. Depending on your situation, one may outweigh the other.

  • Advantages:

    • Skipping having your blood drawn
    • Potential faster approval time
    • Convenience
    • Less scrutiny
  • Disadvantages:

    • Limits on coverage amount
    • Possible waiting period for full coverage
    • Higher cost
    • End of coverage age


A no-exam life insurance policy may be a good fit for some, but it still requires heavy consideration and research. We encourage those seeking coverage to speak to a licensed insurance Agent before making a purchase to help navigate the complexities of the industry.

Life insurance can be an essential part of your financial plan.

Choose a company that understands your needs and puts you first.

The purpose of this communication is the solicitation of insurance. United American Insurance Company is not connected with, endorsed by, or sponsored by the U.S. government, federal Medicare program, Social Security Administration, or the Department of Health and Human Services. Policies and benefits may vary by state and have some limitations and exclusions. Individual Medicare Supplement insurance policy forms MSA10, MSB10, MSC10, MSD10, MSF10, MSHDF10, MSG10, MSHDG, MSK06R, MSL06R, MSN10 and in WI, MC4810 and MC4810HD, MC4810HDG are available from our Company where state-approved. Some states require these plans be available to persons under age 65 eligible for Medicare due to disability or End Stage Renal disease (ESRD). You may be contacted by an agent or producer representing United American Insurance Company, PO Box 8080, McKinney, TX 75070-8080. OUTLINE OF COVERAGE PROVIDED UPON REQUEST.

For Ohio, you may verify the agent/broker and United American Insurance Company by contacting: The Ohio Department of Insurance 50 W. Town Street, Third Floor - Suite 300, Columbus, OH 43215. Consumer Hotline: 1-800-686-1526 or TDD Number: (614) 644-3745. For costs and complete details of coverage call or write your insurance agent or the company (whichever is applicable).