Royal London has upgraded the cover within its critical illness plans. They have added three new conditions and have enhanced the claims wording for an existing condition, says CIExpert.
Conditions Added Benign Spinal Cord Tumour This is a non-malignant tumour or cyst in the spine, spinal nerves or meninges that has been treated by surgery, stereotactic radiosurgery or chemotherapy. Alternatively, a claim will be paid if the tumour has caused permanent neurological deficit. Excludes Angiomas. In the UK there are around 200 diagnoses annually, the vast majority of which will undergo some form of treatment. Brain Injury due to Anoxia or Hypoxia A successful...
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