Life insurance policies do cover murder, and suicides are covered as well after an elimination period. An elimination period is a period of time where a policy does not cover a situation. For instance, if a policy has a 2-year elimination period then suicide will not be covered for two years after the policy is purchased.
When you buy life insurance you name a beneficiary who is the person that gets the proceeds of a life insurance policy. Over time, you can change the beneficiary by notifying us at Georgia Insurance Brokers.
You need to let your insurance carrier or Georgia Health Brokers know if you are moving outside the state of Georgia. Policies and limits change from state to state and keeping the insurance companies updated are key.
Health Insurance typically only pays the provider; however, Georgia Health Insurance offers supplemental plans and policies that can pay you in the event you get diagnosed with certain diseases, such as cancer. For example, you can get paid for receiving the diagnosis and for each day of a hospital stay.