Customers will now be able to choose whether to include Total Permanent Disability (TPD) on their critical illness policy, Royal London has confirmed.
Customers who choose not to take the TPD option will receive a premium discount. In addition three new full payment definitions have been added to Royal London's CI policy - these are benign spinal cord tumour resulting in permanent symptoms or specified treatment, brain injury due to anoxia or hypoxia resulting in permanent symptoms or specified treatment and ulcerative colitis when treated with total colectomy. The definition for angioplasty with specified treatment which...
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