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Moneyfacts has once again thoroughly assessed the stand-alone critical illness with term assurance market to uncover those providers that are worthy of the highest Star Rating of five. So, if you're looking for the peace of mind that you'll be financially covered should you fall ill, why not have a look at the winners?
The Moneyfacts Critical Illness Star Ratings are based on expert analysis of those features that are likely to be the most relevant to those looking to take out a policy that can support them in the event of a critical illness or injury, outside of product premiums. These ratings can thereby help consumers who are looking for those policies with the most flexible terms, the widest range of illnesses and the highest overall standards.
"The critical illness market continues to see providers regularly updating their products by adding new conditions and degrees of cover, making the task of choosing the best policy more difficult," said Richard Eagling, editor of Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts. "The annual Moneyfacts Critical Illness Star Ratings provide valuable insight into the quality of both the features and cover on offer, leaving consumers to assess the products' costs."
Feel free to peruse the full list of winners below. For those who'd rather have the full package of protection, you could consider life insurance with critical illness instead.
|CRITICAL ILLNESS DECREASING TERM STAR RATINGS – 5 STARS|
|AA Insurance Services
|CRITICAL ILLNESS LEVEL TERM STAR RATINGS – 5 STARS|
|AA Insurance Services
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