Glossary

Life & Health Insurance

The period of time the insured must wait before health insurance coverage begins. The period varies according to the insurer, policy, and type of insurance. However, waiting periods often range from 30 to 90 days before coverage begins. During the waiting period, the insured may not receive compensation for claims filed.Policyholders may bring claims against the policy once the waiting period has expired.
Yes, that is possible. Some insurance providers give the option to minimize the waiting period by paying an additional premium. What happen if the insured is diagnosed with a condition for the first time during the waiting period? It will not be considered a pre-existing disease and the policy will cover the condition.

An insurance premium is the amount of money that an individual or corporation pays for an insurance policy.

Payments options are offered monthly, quarterly, semiannually, or annually.

Premiums are established by insurance companies based on the type of plan, risk and factors that they are permitted by law to examine. They are meticulously determined based on various factors relating to the insured’s life that can impact the amount to be paid, making it larger or lower:

– Age – Gender – Medical conditions and history – Smoking habits – Country of residency – Dependents – Profession
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