NEW BLOG. Featuring tips and pics from pet owners of the MSE Forum, we present to you Homemade pet toy ideas. Take a look
Is private medical insurance generally worth it?
in Insurance & life assurance
3 replies 101 views
I got Axa Health insurance through my employer. However the reviews don't give me much confidence in them should I ever need them. It's free though, so I got it. How reliable are private medical insurers? Is it a common occurrence for them to not pay out? Some of the reviews I have read involve poor customer service. I am very wary of paying for such a service out of my own pocket as I simply don't trust insurers. The only optional cover I have ever taken out is breakdown insurance which was about £30 per year and they did get me to a garage.
What is generally considered the best health insurance provider? I'd mainly want cover for major surgery, cancer and quick access to treatment.
Latest MSE News and Guides
Energy Price Cap change
Martin Lewis on what it means for youMSE News
Best £1 you've ever spent?
Share your most impressive bargainsMSE Forum
New MSE Forum avatars available
Try 'em out nowMSE Forum
Like any product, there are good and poor versions of it... likewise there are those that go a life time with no need to claim who say its bad value and those that claim 500x the gross premiums who think its amazing