Life Insurance Post Transplant

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DeanH
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Life Insurance Post Transplant

Post by DeanH »

Does anyone have any experience with successfully getting life insurance after having had a kidney transplant? I have a kidney and pancreas and not having much luck so far...

Many thanks
wagolynn
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Post by wagolynn »

Try an Insurance Broker, it will have to be an individual policy.

Good Luck.
rheaybou
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Post by rheaybou »

I’m lucky to have life insurance through the company I work for, covers existing medical issues. Looked into it for a private policy and it’s very expensive post TX, even 5 years out.
Now 35 with Alports and I had my first kidney-versary 18th feb 2013....I hope to have many more.

My living donor and his family are doing all well.

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Alports.
emilypawson
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Post by emilypawson »

Hi all,

You may have got sorted by now, but The Insurance Surgery is a specialist broker for different medical conditions and they may be able to help.

(Mod Edit - Emily works for The Insurance Surgery.. obviously there are other insurance companies for you to also consider)
Last edited by emilypawson on Mon Jun 07, 2021 10:33 am, edited 1 time in total.
Thumps
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Re: Life Insurance Post Transplant

Post by Thumps »

I've also relied on my company death-in-service policy since my tx. I wonder what it'd be like to try now at 13 years out...
PKD/PLD diagnosed 1994, CKD stage 5 Oct 2007, Living Donor Kidney Transplant Dec 2008, still going strong!
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