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Hello everyone!

Just wondering if there is anyone on the forum who has insulin dependent diabetes.
I have had type two diabetes for the last 13 years (controlled by medication), but will soon be going onto insulin which will affect my insurance.
Was wondering how that is likely to affect my premium.
Stay safe, stay home (or in your beloved car!)
 

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Yes, definitely!
There is a list of 'notifiable' conditions. Some are notifiable by the person themself and some have to be notified by the doctor to the driving standards agency.

It is the up to the person to notify his/her insurance company. Failure to do so, invalidates the policy.
 

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Holy mother of pearl. That is positively chilling.

The only "notifiable condition" we have here in the Colonies is epilepsy, which a physician is required to report to the licensing agency, and is none of the insurer's business, thanks to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act's Privacy Rule.

Well, best of luck with your inquiry. I'm off to light a candle and give thanks to my favorite diety for HIPAA.
 
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