What if my critical illness is not on the list of illnesses covered by my policy?
If your particular critical illness is not on the list, nor contained within the specifically defined medical conditions noted in your policy, then it is probably not covered for a lump-sum payment under the policy. If you are unsure, you should read the policy carefully or have it reviewed by your doctor or a lawyer to be sure. The wording in critical illness policies is often confusing – not as simple as sales agents make it sound when the policies are sold.
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