Evidence Of Insurability

Definition of "Evidence of insurability"

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Documentation of physical fitness by an applicant for insurance. Usually this takes the form of a medical examination. Group plans (life, health, disability) require such evidence if the 30-day eligibility period expires before the employee has applied for coverage.

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