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I currently have whole life insurance through my employer for 3x my salary. During our annual enrollment period, I opted to increase the coverage to 5x my salary. This increase required my to complete an Evidence of Insurability form detailing my health history (which was excellent).
On the day the form arrived in the mail, I underwent an unplanned angioplasty, which was a total surprise.
My question is now that I have had a coronary procedure, will I be jeopardizing my current 3x coverage by submitting the health history form? Or is it safe to submit it and expect to get the 5x coverage?

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