Insurance experts are split on whether the UK insurance industry should adopt a compulsory non-contestability period on policies, according to poll from the Protection Review.
When asked whether the UK should implement a period after which an insurer cannot turn down a claim for non-disclosure, 42.86% of respondents said that a non-contestability period was not necessary. Meanwhile, the remainder had different views on at which point a non-contestability period should begin. Some 10.71% of respondents said 2 years, 32.14% said 5 years and 14.29% said 10 years. Speaking at the Protection Review conference in 2016, Payingtoomuch's managing director Michael Ward...
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