Booked holidays to Europe in October and Singapore/Australia/New Zealand/Bangkok for January but couldn't get insurance yet due to covid 19.Had been told MRI was ok in December but my own consultant reviewed after he came back from 3 months off and said was possibility needed foramen ovale closed but would need another MRI first.He said not urgent and ok to fly but I wonder if as under investigation will get insurance. Anyone else been in this situation?
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Good morning Redwing30. I think you will find on going online for Quotes we had this problem last year. 1 of the 1st questions was are undergoing or Awaiting results from investigations And as soon as you answer yes to that. A message comes up to say the cant quote you. And obviously if you tell a lie then need to claim They will use that as a get out of paying You can ring a company or try online Good luck Brian
I would recommend insure and escape, they covered me when others wouldn’t
Yes this is a problem. My husband was awaiting a not urgent minor op on his hand but so many insurers were suspicious because ha was past 80 but health ok. However since my bypass I have noticed the cost of insurance has rocketed if you ,want to go to long haul like the Caribean
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If you manage to find an insurance company that offer cover could the information be shared as I’m having the same problem which has been ongoing for 3 years.
Hi just updating re insurance.I am being referred to congenital heart clinic in Glasgow. I am going to hold off trying to get insurance for a month or so.My Cardiologist said he would write me a letter for insurance if I needed it.Did phone one company and will insure for pre existing conditions but not cover for anything related to this problem. My holidays aren't till October and January so have a bit of time.Will update if I manage to get insurance in future though fear is unlikely and will have to decide myself whether to go or not.My consultant has said there is a low risk of a problem in the next 10 to 15 years.