Broker wants me to lie/omit on my insurance application?

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[Florida] My dad recently retired and had to switch to crappy insurance. Due to some issues, he was kicked off that insurance. He began to look for new insurance that my mom and I could also get on. I don’t know the whole story, but he seems to have found some good insurance through talking to a broker of some sort. We filled out the application for the insurance and set it to them to review.

The broker came back and said we needed to omit some things from our application, like medical issues we’ve had but don’t require medicine for. Okay, that sounded reasonable. My dad then gets back to me and basically says the broker wants me to omit all my medication I am currently taking, as well as saying I’m currently in school (I graduated this April) or else there’s no way I would be accepted. We have a call with them tomorrow so he can ‘coach’ me on how to answer the insurance company when they call to ask about us joining their insurance.

My dad and I feel really icky about this. Is this normal? Can we get in trouble for this sort of thing?

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[Florida] My dad recently retired and had to switch to crappy insurance. Due to some issues, he was kicked off that insurance. He began to look for new insurance that my mom and I could also get on. I don’t know the whole story, but he seems to have found some good insurance through talking to a broker of some sort. We filled out the application for the insurance and set it to them to review. The broker came back and said we needed to omit some things from our application, like medical issues we’ve had but don’t require medicine for. Okay, that sounded reasonable. My dad then gets back to me and basically says the broker wants me to omit all my medication I am currently taking, as well as saying I’m currently in school (I graduated this April) or else there’s no way I would be accepted. We have a call with them tomorrow so he can ‘coach’ me on how to answer the insurance company when they call to ask about us joining their insurance. My dad and I feel really icky about this. Is this normal? Can we get in trouble for this sort of thing?
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