Originally Posted by jdeasy
I haven't been contracted with UHL for many years so I will cede to your experience.
As for RNA, I said depending on how long ago diagnosed and treatment.
I have placed many Parkinson's people with RNA over the years. The last one I remember was diagnosed over 20 years ago and no treatment for the last 5-10 years.
You got Parkinson's people placed with RNA for their level policy?
Their question says:
During the past 24 months, has the Proposed Insured been diagnosed as having, or been treated for: ... Parkinson's disease?
So since they had it (even though no treatment) wouldn't they need to say yes to that question which would result in a graded plan?
Not trying to call you out here. I'm sincerely asking because I'd like to know if I'm wrong. Having another option for Parkinson's clients would be great!