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You asked: Why would you need medical evidence for a claim?
If you're making a health-related claim (such as a terminal/critical illness or total permanent disability claim) we'll need to confirm the exact nature of the condition.
We might sometimes need medical information to help us understand how the condition - or the death - came about.
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