Life Decisions

It’s not an easy thing to talk about or consider, but when it comes to making important decisions about the future it’s near the top of the list. It’s life insurance coverage. Yes, it can be a morbid topic to discuss sometimes but it’s one that warrants attention when making plans and preparations for future needs.

Life insurance can help pay for funeral costs, bills and other future financial needs of your family. The nonprofit organization Life Happens provides general information and education about life insurance and what to consider. It can be a challenging issue to face, and for those who experience chronic illness there may be some obstacles along the way to obtaining this coverage.

Some insurance companies may have stricter policies or limitations they impose for those who have been diagnosed with a chronic illness. This can vary according to the company’s policies and rules regarding coverage, and other issues like one’s medical history or current health situation. For these reasons it’s important to research a company and its policies before purchasing a plan. Higher premiums or limited coverage may be some of the barriers experienced by those trying to find a life insurance plan.

rsz_couple_smiling_and_talking_to_man_over_paperworkWorking with your state department of insurance and certified insurance brokers/agents can help you find a life insurance plan that works for your needs. Agents who specialize in ‘impaired or high risk’ life insurance can help as they have experience finding coverage for individuals with medical conditions. The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors has a search option to help find agents in your area. Looking for professional support in the insurance arena can hopefully help you attain beneficial outcomes when finding coverage.

*Be sure to use discretion when researching insurance professionals in your area.

Have you had any experience with life insurance planning?

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  • Teri Lissy says:

    Good evening Angel – I just want to say I think you’re doing a great job with your blog. I’m new to blogging and still figuring things out. if you have any advice,of me I would really appreciate it. My post is MS/Art@ I have MS and use art as therapy. Endless thanks for your time! Teri

    • Angel says:

      Hi Teri, thanks for your comment. As you mention an interest in art therapy, here at the MSAA we have an artist showcase where individuals with MS can submit their artwork. If you are interested you can contact MSAA’s Manager of Donor Relations, Angel Serrano, at

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