I’m not a big believer in the add-ons life insurance companies sell.
Things like paying out if you’re in hospital for over 3 days or contributing to certain types of surgical procedures.
Not for me.
But sometimes it takes personal experience to make you appreciate the little known benefits on some policies.
A client of mine, Sarah, took out a policy with Aviva Life Insurance last year.
Aviva were offering great discounts at the time so she really only bought based on price.
As it happens, in the past 6 months, Sarah’s Dad has become ill all of a sudden. He has been to his GP and a specialist but they couldn’t diagnose what’s wrong with him.
As luck would have it, Sarah is moving house at the moment and in the move came across her Aviva Life Insurance policy documentation and discovered she has access to Best Doctors.
Fortunately, her Dad has access to Best Doctors through her policy so they used the service and she got their report last week.
I’ve seen the report and it is very comprehensive.
Best Doctors has recommended two tests that haven’t been done previously which should identify the cause of her Dad’s illness.
If you’re considering life insurance or mortgage protection and your parents are at an advanced age or have health issues, you should look at the Aviva Life Insurance Best Doctors option
The service is not available for pregnancy related or mental health conditions.
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