Does Life Insurance Cover Acts Of War Or Terrorism? https://boonswanglaw.com/life-insurance-claim/life-insurance-war-exclusion/
I wonder what impact these exclusions/clauses have on reported cause of death, if any. Seems like a deterrent to consider these as the cause for death if expecting to file an approved claim.
Are the current countermeasures considered biological weapons? See bailiwicknews.substack.com.
Thank you. This is enlightening. I think the major companies themselves are in on it because they're part of the whole system but I cannot say each individual person is in on it or smaller insurances are.
I still plan to call my home insurance to see if they can cover me for directed energy weapons, cloud seeding floods, fracking under my house caving in and chemical toxin spills, nuclear fallout
It's interesting. I think most people know and understand that all insurance is a kind of scam, at least financially. One service they are doing however is that they put some distance between someone 'damaged' and someone responsible for those damages. Such as, say, you and the person that hit your car. But overall the larger game, financially, is to slow drain you and still not pay up when its needed if they can avoid it.
That’s an accidental death and/or dismemberment policy. They’re extremely cheap in comparison to a typical life insurance policy. They pay if you die by an accident or lose an arm or leg. I would be curious if the regular policy (same company) uses same verbiage. They tend to cover their asses pretty good with those types of plans. Also curious if the 2 year (incontestable clause) would apply. Essentially after 2 years your pretty much covered unless fraud was committed. Still don’t think you can be in an act of war tho. Lol shit is confusing. That’s why I got away from that stuff.
This is a very, very interesting question and since I'm not in the insurance industry I don't know the answer. From what I have seen in my neck of the woods, the psy-op was strong, so if I had to make a guess, it would be that most people in the insurance industry, including most at the highest levels, were duped just the same as so many other people. I would wager that many senior executives are waking up now (not so gung ho about boosters, at least). What will be a game-changer, I believe, are the Peter Daszak hearings in Congress in mid-November about the lab origins of SARSCoV2. Add to that the constant pounding about the patents and legal definitons from Dr. David Martin et al, and other lawsuits currently inching their way through the courts, and it's going to get very strange very fast. Of course, insurance companies have never been known for paying out claims that they don't have to.
Does that mean they won't pay for the COVID death diagnosis (biological weapon)...?