San Diego, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2011
Best case scenario diabetes is defined as having HbA1c levels below 7, diabetes type 2, no additional complications, healthy weight, an exercise regimen, healthy diet, compliance with physician’s orders and consistently taking diabetes medication. Worst case scenario is defined as Type 1 diabetes, early onset of the disease, being overweight, not exercising or eating healthy, non-compliance with a physician’s orders, tobacco use and not taking regular medication. Most diabetics fall somewhere between these, but in all cases acquiring life insurance was typically out of reach. The process previously was complex, and often ended with frustrating results. Lifeline Direct Insurance has set out to change this.
They have access to nearly every insurance carrier in the United States and by drawing upon this pool of providers they have been able to custom fit life insurance policies for nearly everyone, including diabetics. What this means is that an individual with diabetes can apply for life insurance with good odds of not only finding a policy but acquiring one for a reasonable cost. The process of finding potential providers is infinitely easier as Lifeline Direct will do the leg work for their clients, contacting all of the providers they work with.
In order to maximize your chances of attaining life insurance as a diabetic, and to get the lowest rate possible, be sure to follow your physician’s instructions, eat healthy and exercise regularly. These lifestyle habits, beyond their obvious benefits, will make your application appear to be less of a risk to life insurance underwriters. Lifeline Direct will then find the best possible plan and rate using their proprietary risk quoting system. For more information, see their website: http://www.lifelinedirectinsurance.com/insurance-for-diabetics.