Royal London adds new and updated definitions to critical illness cover

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Hemma Visavadia
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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 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 lower than £30,000 or 50% of sum insured, the new definitions now include Less Severe Cardiomyopathy (including hypertrophic cardiomyopathy) and offers two claim triggers. A similar change has been added to Less Severe Heart Failure (unique to Royal L...

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