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No medical life insurance for New Brunswick made easy
Providing the opportunity to start a new life, securing a home, paying off your debts are just some of the ways a no medical life insurance plan can help. Our no medical life insurance coverage options are easy to apply for with a stress-free and straightforward application process. If you have a pre-existing condition, you can still get covered with our no medical life insurance plans.
Term life insurance plans - these policies meet a need for temporary protection, as the name suggests. They are particularly suitable for people who:
- who have a business that they want to secure if something were to happen to them
- who have a young family depending on their income
- who have temporary debts like a mortgage.
Permanent life insurance plans - these policies guarantee coverage for life. These plans are ideal for people who:
- want the peace of mind of lifetime insurance
- Wish to cover their end-of-life costs and final expenses
Additional benefits of our service
In addition to having a wide choice of products, we can offer you the following benefits:
We provide fast issue policies with absolutely no medical exams or paperwork.
We offer competitive rates for no medical exam life insurance plans.
We make the application process 100% remote
Our licensed advisors will assess your needs to offer the optimal life protection product.
We offer lower rates for non-smokers
We can get you covered fast, in as short as 24 hours.
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Our friendly advisor will reach out with a personalized quote. Some health questions may be asked to ensure we are getting you the best rate possible.
If you happy with the quote and the terms of the plan, your application is finalized right over the phone.
Get your policy in 24 hours. You are covered and stress-free!
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