L&G 'plugging obvious gaps' in CI proposition

F&TRC on latest enhancement

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"One of the most comprehensive plans on the market," Adam Higgs, head of research for adviser services, F&TRC
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"One of the most comprehensive plans on the market," Adam Higgs, head of research for adviser services, F&TRC

'Much-improved' heart attack definition and removal of alcohol exclusion 'welcome'

F&TRC's head of research for adviser services, Adam Higgs, has praised Legal & General for making more changes - the third update this year - to its critical illness proposition. Updates include increasing additional payments for critical illness extra (CIx) to 25% of the sum assured up to a maximum of £30,000, and children's critical illness extra (CCIx) to 50% of the sum assured, up to a maximum of £30,000. There are improved definitions for heart attack and dementia, and craniosynostosis...

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