Termland.com Offers Online Life Insurance Medical Directory Designed to Help People with Health Conditions Find Affordable Life Insurance

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A New "One of a Kind" Life Insurance Medical Directory Is Now Available at Termland.com Providing Comprehensive Information on Over 70 of the Most Common Health Problems that Impact Life Insurance Rates.

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If you have a medical condition and are having trouble finding affordable life insurance, you need to research the medical directory at termland.com.

Termland.com announces its new life insurance medical directory that informs people with medical problems how to find reasonably priced life insurance. Included in the medical directory are over 70 of the most common medical issues that Americans face today with a specific emphasis on how life insurance companies view these conditions and how to go about getting the best rates.

The life insurance medical directory covers everything from Addison's Disease to Sarcoidosis and provides a detailed explanation of each medical condition and how various insurance companies view them from an underwriting perspective. For example, someone that suffers from asthma can go to the directory on the termland.com site and learn the basics of asthma, common risk factors for asthma patients, how life insurance companies evaluate asthma and what determines someone's overall rate class for life insurance.

"Our medical directory is an invaluable resource to any life insurance shopper that suffers from a medical impairment. Anyone can come to the site, get details about their specific medical issue, learn the factors that affect their life insurance prices and work to manage their condition so that they can get the best possible rate for life insurance", states Michael E. Gray Jr., independent insurance agent and founder of termland.com.

With the publishing of the termland.com medical directory, life insurance shoppers with health problems are no longer "in the dark" when trying to locate an affordable policy. The information provided is completely objective and gives them a realistic picture of their risk and overall insurability. Gray adds that, "if you have a medical condition and want the best life insurance policy at the lowest possible rates, you need to research termland.com. If you do, you will be well equipped to discuss your issues with life insurance agents and in most cases you will know more than they will about your condition and how life insurance companies will underwrite you."

Some of the most common medical impairments detailed in the life insurance medical directory at termland.com include diabetes, heart attacks, strokes, prostate cancer and coronary artery disease among others. Hundreds of thousands of Americans suffer from one or more of these conditions and sadly, many think they are uninsurable. The truth is, many of these conditions are definitely insurable and with a little guidance an affordable life insurance policy can be easily acquired.

About Termland.com

Termland.com is a owned by MEG Financial, a national online specialty life insurance brokerage agency located in Pensacola Florida. Termland.com is an online authority on everything you need to know about life insurance and specifically term life insurance. The site offers exhaustive resources on the basics of life insurance, specialty life insurance for pilots and scuba divers, business life insurance including key man insurance and most importantly life insurance for people who have medical conditions. Termland.com was first published on the Internet in 2001.

About MEG Financial

MEG Financial is a Florida based corporation that specializes in life and disability insurance for individuals and businesses. MEG Financial's agents are licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and represent over 80 of the nation’s highest rated and most respected life and disability insurance companies. MEG Financial's primary areas of expertise include insuring tough health issues, business insurance including business succession and key man life and disability insurance, as well as estate planning.


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