Royal London adds new and updated definitions to critical illness cover

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Hemma Visavadia
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Royal London adds new and updated definitions to critical illness cover

Royal London has added new and updated definitions to its critical illness proposition, including changes to its children enhanced critical illness cover.

The provider has added two new conditions - Crohn's Disease and Syringomelia/Syringobulbia - which have a 100% pay out, as well as enhancements to five conditions that will also pay out the full sum assured. These are: Bacterial Meningitis, Chronic Lung Disease, Coma, Deafness, and Third Degree Burns. For new additional payment conditions which are lower than £30,000 or 50% of sum insured, the new definitions now include Less Severe Cardiomyopathy (including hypertrophic cardiomyopathy)...

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