Little Rock, AR (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
A new trend in the insurance industry is for providers to require a medical exam before issuing an approximate quote for insurance coverage, according to industry reports. The Quotes Pros company is now helping the public to obtain life insurance quotes without requiring a medical exam through its system at http://quotespros.com/life-insurance.html.
The coverage industry has changed in the past two decades as more regulations have appeared in many U.S. states. Some consumers are now asked to enter different information on application forms when applying for an insurance policy. The instant finder now available for use allows searches of all 50 states to review provider pricing.
"The insurer database that we've configured for immediate use this year introduces the public to rates discounts and other lower priced options for insurance," said Quotes Pros rep.
The no medical exam term insurance or universal policies that can be priced using the Quotes Pros finder is supplied by American companies. One bonus that a consumer will receive when using the new tool to seek out rates from agencies is the increased level of privacy. Only a zip code is used to explore rates this year.
"The ups and downs in regards to pricing that consumers can find using our system can help a person to prepare for the full price of an annual policy for various coverage selected," said the rep.
The Quotes Pros company plans to expand the offerings that already exist inside of its computer system to distribute rates data to consumers. A new automotive insurer list has been added this month to help the public find affordable vehicle insurance at http://quotespros.com/auto-insurance.html.
The QuotesPros.com company helps to issue rates for insurance packages that insurers in the United States underwrite each year. The special rates information that can be found using the company systems is accurate for each consumer online. The QuotesPros.com company provides its database that links zip codes to specific markdowns that are offered from insurers this year.