If you were unable to work due to a critical illness how would you pay the bills?
Our critical illness cover (provided by Aviva) is designed to pay out if you are diagnosed with an illness - such as some cancers, a stroke or a heart attack - that meets the policy definition. It aims to ease the anxiety of money worries while you recuperate1.
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'Second Opinion' allows you to access an expert doctor's second opinion via bestdoctors.co.uk2.
‘Additional critical illness cover’ pays out a defined lump sum for less severe conditions. Your policy will continue after a claim ensuring you are still covered for all other benefits.
‘Children’s benefit’ pays out a lump sum if any of your children are diagnosed with certain illnesses defined by the policy.
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The policy is underwritten by Aviva, who paid out 92.5% of all Critical Illness claims in 2015, amount to £303 million3.
You choose how the policy pays out:
Choose whether payment is made as a lump sum or a regular income. You can even choose to receive a regular income that increases to reduce the impact of inflation, or cover that decreases as you pay off your mortgage.
Please note for these insurance products terms and conditions apply. This information is a summary only. You will receive a full policy document upon application. This policy will set out the terms, conditions and limitations of cover provided under the plan.
1 Terms and conditions apply. Aviva only cover the critical illnesses they define in their policy and no others. 2 'Second Opinion' is a non-contractual benefit of this product and can be withdrawn at any time. 3 Aviva claims 2016.
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