X-Message-Number: 5217
From:  (Mark Connaughton)
Newsgroups: sci.cryonics
Subject: Re: So do insurance cos really pay up when cryopatients die?
Date: 19 Nov 1995 00:16:40 GMT
Message-ID: <48lt18$>
References: <48gpdq$>

In article <48gpdq$>, Randy <> says:
> What I want to know is, what percentage of people who arrange for 
>cryoperservation and pay by insurance policy actually have the insurance 
>co pay up when they die?
> Knowing insurance companies, I have some serious doubts about 
All of them, provided they are paid up.  However, to be safe, one should 
ask one's agent when buying insurance.  Two companies that I know will 
pay for cryonics are Jackson National and New York Life.  
I'm sure there are others.

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