Saturday, September 02 2006 @ 06:48 PM UTC
Contributed by: Kevin Bradley
When a special condition is applied to an insurance policy, the company may not assist towards any costs incurred for that specific condition, nor for conditions which arise directly from that excluded condition. A hypothetical example would be when an exclusion had been applied for High Cholesterol and the patient later developed heart attack as a direct result of the High Cholesterol. Benefit would not be available for any treatment of the High Cholesterol, nor for treatment of the heart attack.
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