Good Health Criteria Law and Legal Definition

According to 38 CFR 8.0 ( Title 38 - Pensions, Bonuses, And Veterans' Relief; Chapter I - Department Of Veterans Affairs; Part 8 - National Service Life Insurance Applications), the term good health criteria mean “the underwriting standards that determine whether a person is in good health. Good health criteria are based whenever possible, as far as practicable, on general insurance usage. “Underwriting” is the process that sets the terms, conditions, and prices for an insurance policy, by rating an applicant's mortality risk.”