Aviva has enhanced its Life Insurance+ and Critical Illness+ products by making changes to four definitions which centre on the most common payment areas of heart conditions, strokes and cancers.
Customers with a child diagnosed with cancer will now be able to claim up to £50,000 to help them during their difficult time, previously it was £25,000. In addition, Aviva has updated definitions for cardiomyopathy, spinal stroke and benign spinal cord tumour. The spinal stroke definition has also been aligned with the stroke definition and the definition for benign spinal cord tumours has been aligned to benign brain tumours, to improve consistency. These changes mean that for conditions...
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