Mutual of Omaha offers multiple life insurance products including a no exam term life option. This option is called Term Life Express, and it allows you to get coverage without taking a medical exam. You'll still need to fill out an application and meet Mutual of Omaha's underwriting standards, but this policy is a great choice if you want the security of a trusted name like Mutual of Omaha without the stress of a medical exam. Our guide breaks down everything you need to know about Mutual of Omaha's no exam insurance.
Mutual of Omaha’s Term Life Express is a no exam policy that offers up to $300,000 in coverage to qualified applications. As a term life product, Term Life Express policies offer coverage for the term length you choose. You can choose from a term of 10, 15, 20, or 30 years when you buy your policy, and your monthly premium will remain the same for your entire term. Your beneficiary will receive a payout of your policy's death benefit If you pass away at any time during your policy term.
You can read more key details about Term Life Express below:
Your cost for a no exam policy from Mutual of Omaha will depend on several factors including the term length you choose, the benefit amount you chose, and your life insurance rate class. Your life insurance rate class is the group you're assigned to based on an insurance company's underwriting standards. Rate classifications are impacted by your age, health, smoking status, driving record, and other information that tells the insurance company how risky it is to offer you a life insurance policy. People who are younger, healthier, and have an overall demonstrably low risk of dying during their policy term will be in the best life insurance rate class and will pay the lowest prices for coverage. You'll receive a life insurance quote based on the information you provide on your application. You'll receive a final price once the life insurance company verifies the information.
You can see rates for Mutual of Omaha's no exam policy in the table below.
The following rates are for a 60-year-old man in very good health looking for a 20-year no exam term life policy.
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Mutual of Omaha won't ask you to take a medical exam for Term Life Express, but they will ask you for some health information. It's important to be truthful when you answer these questions. Remember that Mutual of Omaha will underwrite your application and check your information against consumer databases. Any information that is found to be false could result in your application being denied.
You won't be able to get a no exam policy from Mutual of Omaha if you:
Questions that can affect underwriting if you answer yes
Your rates might go up if you answer yes to any of these questions. In some cases, they might even cause a decline: This includes if you:
There are a few ways to get started if you'd like to buy a no exam policy from Mutual of Omaha. Options include:
Financial ratings are a good indicator of how a company is performing. They measure how well a company is doing now and predicate how well it's predicted to be doing in the future. Mutual of Omaha has strong financial ratings from major financial reviewers. They currently have an A+ rating from both A.M. Best and S&P Global, and they are ranked in tier A1 by Moody's.
LIfe insurance complaints are tracked by The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). The NAIC averages all complaints to give insurance companies a score. This score is called a complaint index. The average score on the NAIC index is 1.00. Companies with a score of less than 1.00 have received fewer complaints than average, and companies with a score of more than 1.00 have received more complaints than average. Mutual of Omaha has an NAIC index of 1.20. This means customers have complained slightly more about Mutual of Omaha.
You can cancel a Mutual of Omaha policy at any time by contacting the company. There are three ways to do this.
There are two ways to file a life insurance claim with Mutual of Omaha. You can either call the company's claim specialists (888-493-6902) or fill out the claim form online. Either way, you'll need to provide some information about the policy, policyholder, and beneficiary. This will include:
A claims specialist can help if there's any information you're not sure how to locate or fill out. Mutual of Omaha will begin reviewing your claim right away. A specialist will contact you if they need any additional information.
Mutual of Omaha doesn't say exactly how fast they'll pay after a claim is made. However, the company does say that an agent will contact you within one business day after you submit a claim. The agent you talk to might be able to give you a better idea of how long your exact timeline might be. Generally, claims that require an investigation will take much longer to pay than simple cases where a cause of death can be quickly verified.
You can contact Mutual of Omaha using these numbers: