Aviva has enhanced its heart attack definition on new critical illness (CI) policies to pay out on the diagnosis of a heart attack regardless of severity.
This removes the requirement for customers to reach a specified Troponin level in order for the claim to be paid. The move, which applies to policies taken out from 13 April 2014, follows on from...
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