Good luck with that whole attorney thing...yeah right! You'll get a copy of your original application after you're covered.
As far as the premium doubling, that's your fault. I can't believe that agent's even working that hard for you. I would have fired you as a client weeks ago. There are specific requirements that every insurance company has, Age, height, weight, driving record, past medical history and the cost basis per thousand of your coverage.
Having to go through "all of this work" to provide for your family if you die must be unbearable. Privacy....that's right. Medical examiners are simply that...examiners. Reps don't get any medical information from the MIB (that's Medical information bureau just in case you didn't know).
That's where the underwriting deparment comes in. If you're overweight, how bout this? Lose the weight, obey traffic laws, and request a reconsideration.
You might be surprised at the customer service you'll get when you're not being a ***.