Watch our short, informative video for some helpful tips on preparing for your life insurance medical exam. Doing well on your exam can help ensure that you get the lowest rates for life insurance coverage.
On a scheduled day, many life insurance companies will send a nurse or other medical professional to your home or office to conduct the exam. Whether or not the insurance company provides you with instructions for the life insurance medical exam, the following tips are advisable:
Wear short sleeves or sleeves that can be rolled up and bring a driver's license or other photo ID to the medical examiner. The life insurance medical exam is paid for by the insurance underwriter. The information is strictly confidential and is only sent to the underwriting insurance carrier you choose to purchase your life insurance policy through.
A medical technician comes to a location of your choice (typically home or office) to collect medical history, height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, collect a urine and a blood sample of less than one ounce using sterile materials and performs an ECG/EKG if necessary. The medical exam usually takes less than 30 minutes.
Following these tips will help an applicant get the best possible results from the medical exam and ultimately assist the applicant in obtaining affordable life insurance. For term life insurance, get reliable quotes from AIG Direct by filling out the form on the right hand side of this page.