We have Guaranteed Approval whole life insurance policies available, even if you’ve been turned down before or have had some health concerns. With our Guaranteed Life Insurance, we make it easy and affordable to help with your final expenses after you’re gone.
✓ No Medical Exams
✓ No Health Questions
✓ No Complicated Applications
At Seniors United, we’re proud that we offer coverage to those who truly need it. We’ve helped secure protection for thousands of clients – many of whom who have had major medical challenges.
For as little as $1 per day* you can have the coverage you need to protect your loved ones.
If you’re a US resident ages 45 - 79, your acceptance is guaranteed… no matter what.
What’s included in the Accidental Death Rider?
For an additional $7.50 each month, Guaranteed Life Insurance customers can add on $50,000 in accidental death coverage to help protect your loved ones from an unexpected accident, including traffic accidents, falling, and drowning which could result in an accidental death.
Your accidental death coverage takes effect immediately. This cannot be purchased separately, only as an add-on to Guaranteed Life Insurance.
Did you know, between 2012 - 2013, 55% of all accidental injury deaths among adults aged 65 and over were due to falls; accidental injuries accounted for 85% of all injury deaths among adults aged 65 and over in the United States2.
Exclusions include the following:
Additional Features & Benefits
Seniors United Guaranteed Life Insurance with the Lifetime Commitment Guarantee™ is subject to exclusions and limitations. Some provisions, benefits, exclusions or limitations listed herein may vary by state. Once you receive your policy please take time to read your document carefully so that you fully understand the benefits you have chosen. At Seniors United, we’re here to help you choose the best option available to you, so please contact us if you have any questions or need further assistance to understand the product you have purchased.
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