I’m looking for medical books that explain time someone has coverage on the basis of how they died their infomational purposes only. I just wanted to know the type of attempt deaths were caused covered and how. After talking with others on the web, I found the answer. They do not use medical books. They use the policy definitions. Usually covers death when an object was accidentally cause injury to the person that is fatal. Things that are not covered: Infections, including but not limited to heart disease and cancer, suicide, overdose, complications of surgery, etc. In the case of “natural causes” or medical interventions that caused the death, not an accident. Very, very few people die of “accidental death”. That’s why it’s so cheap. Not many people are beaten by a piano falling while walking down the street.