Cancer Insurance definitions on Trauma Insurance policies

Not all insurance policies are made equal.  There is a wide range of conditions that different insurers cover, and there is a huge variation on WHEN the insurance policy will pay out.

This is particularly so for Cancer definitions on Trauma insurance policies.  Claims and payments for Cancer are the leading payment on Trauma insurance policies.  But you want to be sure that your policy will pay out if you are diagnosed with cancer.

How do you make sure?  Firstly, make sure that you have declared all your pre-existing health conditions when you apply for cover.  But just as importantly, make sure that you have the best quality insurance cover for you.  As medical science evolves, the definitions relating to cancer on trauma policies are also evolving, meaning that newer policies are often likely to pay out more than older policies.

The analysis that we provide to our clients reviews the 11 major providers of trauma insurance cover, and the scores for the cancer definition for a male aged 47 range from 33.46 to 43.46.  This is a large gap in your ability to claim on the cancer definition, depending on the insurer that you choose.  The results will be different if you are female and depending on your age.

For a male aged 47, there are 65 different features of trauma insurance cover reviewed to analyse which is the best cover for him.  Of these, if he is diagnosed with cancer, 15 of these features of the insurance could be relevant.

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By Paul Swarbrick



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