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Lab results from life insurance exam

originally posted: 11/22/2006  reposted: 2/18/2011 This post has not been recently reviewed or revised by the author and may be out of date. If you notice an error or are in doubt, please send a new question by email or ask for an update. Email

Q: How do I get the lab test results from my life insurance exam?

A: All of the companies listed on Iquote system (to our knowledge) at www.FreedomBenefitsnet send these lab results to you in a sealed envelope along with your new life insurance policy. Of course, insurance procedures vary and there are hundred of companies listed online so if you do not receive the lab results with your policy, then write to the underwriter's office and include the name and address of your regular physician. You are entitled by law to have a copy of the lab results sent to your doctor on request. There is no legal requirement that the insurance company provide you with a copy of the lab test results so follow this formal procedure if the insurer does not volunteer the information..


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