More than 90% of advisers think it should pay out on diagnosis of incurable stage 4 cancer
Research into more than 550 advisers has found that 68% strongly agree and 24% agree (92% in total) that if a client is diagnosed with incurable stage 4 cancer, the terminal illness definition within a life insurance policy should pay out on diagnosis and not on life expectancy. The study also revealed that 65% of advisers would feel uncomfortable or very uncomfortable telling a terminally ill client that they could not claim until their doctor had confirmed their life expectancy was less than...
Launched last September
In partnership with Auxilium
Alongside Cardiff University
Brings over 25 years’ experience
Study by Lowell shows