The number of young people with life insurance claims skyrocketed in 2021. In the United States, prime age mortality rates were 40 percent higher in 2021 compared to 2019, and the majority of the deaths were not related to covid-19. These claims are burdening life insurance companies, pushing these companies to the brink. To compensate for the excess in prime age mortality, American employers are starting to deny life insurance POLICIES to people with insufficient vaccine uptake, as if these people are the reason the vaccinated are dying. When “fully-vaccinated” and “boosted” people pass away, they typically receive full life insurance benefits.
This trend could change real soon, as life insurance companies start to question the propaganda that falsely claims the “fully-vaccinated” never get covid, never have severe illness, and never die from the vaccine. The vaccines have well-known risks that include death, and insurance companies will have to recognize this growing liability issue that threatens their financial solvency.
A report out of France is starting to make waves online. An entrepreneur from Paris died after getting the covid-19 vaccine. According to media reports, the deceased person had previously taken out a multi-million-dollar life insurance policy to benefit his children and grandchildren. However, the insurance company is refusing to pay out. They claim that the deceased person took part in a medical experiment at his own risk, and the side effects of the covid-19 vaccines are well-known and published. This insurance company says covid-19 is not classified as a “critical illness,” but the side effects of the vaccine do include death.
The insurance company claims that the deceased person violated the insurance contract by partaking in an experimental medical intervention with known risks. The family is suing the insurance company, but have so far been unsuccessful. The deceased person took a life-threatening risk that can legally be recognized as suicide. The insurance company does not have to pay out for suicide, and refuses to pay for deaths caused directly by the covid-19 vaccines.
The family’s lawyer, Carlo Alberto Brusa, posted about the case on social media. According to the report, the court ruled in favor of the insurer. The court recognized the insurer’s classification of the man’s death, that the man knew about the side effects of the phase three experimental vaccine -- side effects that include death. The family’s appeal was denied because the insurance contract is clear: A fatal risk that is publicly known is "not covered by the contract" and is "legally considered as suicide." The court ruled that the man voluntarily took part in the experiment. The family could appeal that ruling on entirely different grounds and claim the man was compelled to take the vaccines via government mandates. Would the insurance company be forced to pay out for the death if the family could prove the French government compelled him to vaccinate and commit suicide against his own will?
Insurance broker Howden says life insurance claims were $3.5 billion in 2020 but rose significantly in 2021, to $5.5 billion. There have been $2 billion more in life insurance claims during the year of the “lifesaving” covid vaccine.
So far, the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) claim that there have been no reports of non-payment for vaccine deaths, that all “fully vaccinated” deaths in the United States are paid in full.
In the US, the Food and Drug Administration recognizes “death” as a side effect of the covid-19 vaccines, along with several other serious adverse events. Over 20,000 deaths have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System, and this figure may be under-reported by a factor of eight. How long will it take for life insurance companies to realize that “fully-vaccinated” deaths are systematically bankrupting them?