Asks Alan Lakey
‘Still one of the very best’
'Added flexibility and wider coverage raises compliance concerns'
Industry needs to 'up its game'
‘Sensible and well thought-out’
To focus on 'core business'
‘British Friendly, Cirencester Friendly and Guardian offer greater refinement than all others’
Is adding more conditions in industry’s best interest?
'A simple critical illness design'
'Quality over quantity'
Focus on adult conditions
Genetics Vs family history
Third L&G CI enhancement of 2018
Upgrades "reinforce Aviva's position as a market leader," says Alan Lakey
Alan Lakey is 'impressed by the two policies which offers flexibility to match individual needs' which 'compete strongly with other top quality policies'
"Substantial improvements across the board," says Alan Lakey
The critical illness template is 'broken' - so start with the premise that any condition which results in an agreed outcome deserves to be paid
Changes ensure the insurer "once again features as one of the top critical illness providers," says Alan Lakey
National AIDS Trust (NAT) applauds Association of British Insurers (ABI) decision to exclude "discriminatory" wording
Simplifications for heart attack, stroke and cancer (and more) with exclusions removed
Consolidation of "market-leading" position with better quality of choice and by mirroring Aviva's two-pronged approach to children's cover
Critical Illness Extra (CIx) supports a total of 95 conditions and includes children's cover as well as virtual GP service plus RedArc nurses