Guardian restricts maximum cover above increased non-medical limits

Based on customer's age

Adam Saville
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Guardian restricts maximum cover above increased non-medical limits

Four COVID-19 underwriting questions added and ‘yes’ responses will lead to three months postponement

Guardian said all applications for cover above its life protection non-medical limits will be restricted to the maximum cover available, based on the applicant's age. However, the insurer has increased all its life protection non-medical limits by 10% for clients aged 60 and under for all new and pipeline applications. If an application is above its current non-medical limits the application will be referred. For example, a client up to age 40 applying for life cover of £900,000 will be...

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