Aspden - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (16 Sep 07 22:05)

Try the company called Travelbility. They are a UK company also known as J&M Insurance who specialise in what is known as impaired life insurance and can provide a quote for pre-existing conditions online. Good Luck and have a great time.

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fry - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 11:08)

Try this one www.flexicover.com we're insured with them .

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ward - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 14:19)

Www.moneysupermarket.com compares several insurers and displays the best prices suited to your needs.

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Lane - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 16:10)

We went to a broker who got a great quote from Norwich Union - not to be confused with Norwich Union Direct. Mother is 79 with angina. Brokers go to insurance companires direct rather than the phone centre of the "cheap" operators.

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HARRIS - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 16:17)

Hi, we have problems as my husband is in remission from cancer, but if you look on the Maried Curie website, there is a page with links to companies specialising in insuring those with pre-existing medical conditions (not necessarily cancer), I have also found a company called JD Consultants, tel:01689 850333 to be very helpful. good luck, Lesle.

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Bonstein - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 16:18)

Try "Help the Aged" who will refer you to a subsidiary of Liverpool & Victoria. 14 day Europe will cost you about £85 for a couple. Good luc.

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Gourlay - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 16:40)

Try RIAS they cover up to 89, don't know about pre exsiting medical conditions with them.

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watts - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 16:44)

Insurers with no age limit include: WWW.Nationwide.co.uk(Tel: 0500 30 20 12) & WWW.Churchill.com(Tel: 0800 026 4050)..unfortunately the older you are the more it will cost and obviously medical declarations will have to be taken into account.

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Baker - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 17:06)

Try CIS Iam told they don't have an age limit.

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Mott - Answered a Question by BUTCHER (14 Sep 07 17:14)

AXA do a good insurance with people with pre existing medical condition.

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