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Which plans provide extra support for obtaining treatment overseas?

Which plans provide extra support for obtaining treatment overseas?

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Adam Higgs

Adam leads Protection Guru's detailed protection research and benchmarking of both product and operation features provided by insurers and has a vast knowledge of the protection market. He has been instrumental in building the protection comparison service Quality Analyser and maintaining the data to enable adviser to quickly and easily compare protection products based on qualitative measures. He also works with adviser firms to help in panel reviews and with insurers to help them understand the shape of the market, their strengths and the areas that could be improved in their products. In his spare time and when not spending time with his wife and two children, Adam is a keen Arsenal fan and enjoys hacking his way around a golf course.

1 Comment

  1. david berry

    yes and the answer is Aviva global treatment. i have been dealing with insurance for the last 41 years and the others are just playing at it.
    has they say in insurance compliance if it is not written down it did not happen ?
    Aviva are regarded as the premier critical illness provider, however with popularity comes critical mass and even money marketing makes the comment
    its not applying for the cover its getting it through underwriting and that is becoming an increasing challenge
    not many of the population with less than 38 inch waists nowadays and women less than size 18
    lets just say more than 50%, and very strict on other issues

    about time you did a report on this and then you really would be doing a positive thing


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