Facts about Gilbert’s syndrome and life insurance
- Gilbert’s syndrome is a health condition that is taken seriously by life insurance providers, not all life insurance providers will approve life insurance if you are suffering from this condition, you may need to consult specialist life insurance providers to help you out.
- Gilbert’s syndrome or simply GS is a condition in which you have higher than normal amounts of bilirubin in your blood. It is a yellow substance that is naturally found in the blood that takes place as a by-product when old red blood cells are broken down.
- GS is a common health condition that affects somewhere around 1 in 20 people, (around 4% of the population).
- It affects both males and females and is thought to be hereditary, which means this condition can be caused by family genes, according to NHS February 2018.
Difficulties can be there!
It can be little more difficult when your application is previously postponed
It is important to note that if your application has been declined previously, it can be a little more difficult to get life insurance and some insurers can ask you to wait for a specific period, probably until your condition stabilizes.
An increase your monthly premium is possible
Some specialist life insurance providers can agree to provide you with the coverage, but there can be a slight increase in your monthly premiums, it will depend on some important factors such as your current health condition, the sum assured, the term of your policy, and the type of insurance you are looking for.
Consult our life insurance professionals
If you want to know more about getting life insurance with Gilbert’s syndrome, it is advisable to connect with our life insurance providers, they can help you in every step of the way and ensure that you get the right life insurance.
We would recommend you to talk to one of our advisers for life insurance quotes.
Any quote that your adviser provides you with will take into account your circumstances, your medical history, as well as your budget!
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