Aviva updates critical illness cover features

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Aviva has made changes to its critical illness (CI) cover - particularly concerning policyholders diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or who have had a stroke - with the aim of meeting more valid claims.

Customers diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) will no longer be required to present continuous symptoms for three months. Instead they will need a definite diagnosis with current symptoms. Si...

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