An epileptic seizure disorder can make it difficult to find life insurance. But reasonable rates are available from carriers specializing in underwriting epileptic seizure patients.
My vibrant, healthy seven-year old son has a brain anomaly that will not shorten his life and has done nothing to impede his development, however, he did have a total of 3 seizures by the time he was 5 1/2.
Because we have chosen to keep him on medication, we have been extremely concerned about finding health and life insurance for him. It was a great relief when I contacted Steve Kobrin through the National Epilepsy Foundation web site.
Steve was very respectful and helpful. The prequalifying process eliminated the fear we had about him being declined for coverage. My son was approved, and I am so thankful to know that I have this investment set up for him and his future family.
Donna V. Moose
If you had an epileptic seizure, we recommend our free prequalification service.
To begin, simply request a life insurance quote. You can expect a return phone call (usually within one business day). With your consent, Steve will then advocate on your behalf with the most competitive companies. Throughout the process, you are encouraged to contact Steve directly, with any questions. He may be reached by email or by toll-free phone, at (866) 633-1818.
Save money. Save time. Qualify for more coverage. Even with an epileptic seizure history.
Steven Kobrin, LUTCF
6-05 Saddle River Rd #103
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
(866) 633-1818 Phone
(201) 796-8244 Fax
Steven Kobrin, LUTCF, is life insurance licensed in DC and 48 states. Residents of Hawaii and Alaska should NOT request a life insurance quote. Use of this web site indicates understanding of these statements.
by Steven Kobrin, LUTCF. All rights reserved.
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