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What an interesting question. I gather yours does not. A
Paul S. Henderson, REALTOR®, Broker, Tacoma Washington I really don't know. It is worth checking out. Hope you're doing well.
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Richie Alan Naggar
This is a good question.
I have not idea, sounds like you should take it easy for a while Paul.
Good morning Paul. Actually, I'm not sure, but based on your suggestion, I will.
How is the recovery process going?
Not something I have ever investigated. I highly doubt being under a doctor's care would be an exemption.
I haven't a clue... then again don't take medications nor under a doctor's care.
John McCormack, CRS
I'm not sure. I guess I should ask my agent.
I have no idea and will have to check. I imagine policies vary on an exemptions
This is the type of info insurance companies fish for when you make a claim
You don't need to be working yet.
You mean like for pain for a knee surjury right? Good question, I don't know. In fact, I don't know when I read my E&O insurance.
I follow doctors orders and do not work when I am not well. Fortunately I have not had to take narcotics.
Since I don't take any medications, I have just never thought about this but it is a good question. I am guessing if the insurance carrier feels someone is impaired by drugs or medications, that could be problematic for the agent.
Not a clue Paul
Good question to ask your board's lawyer or the insurance carrier. The usual language excludes conditions of impaired judgment so you might be at risk.
Crack? I doubt it. But if it's prescribed by your doctor, perhaps.
That would eliminate a lot of people for coverage ... (LOL)!
I thought real estate agents were all very health conscious....no smoking, drinking or participating in any drug consumption....always focused on business and health.... so, why do we need to check??????????????
If impaired or mentally ill, no coverage.
I don't know?
Good question! I have never asked about that.
I'm not sure.
Good morning. I have no idea. Most likely, they won't.