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‘Insurer refused to pay £58k hospital bill because my wife forgot to mention irrelevant knee ache’

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'I was hoping to retire soon, but this bill will wipe out our savings and eat up some of my tax-free pension lump sum. It seems terribly unfair.'

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I write in the hope that you will be able to help my wife and I resolve a situation that could be ruinous for us.

We travelled to Florida in June, prior to which she had been having stomach pains, suspected to be gallstones. We took out travel insurance with Coverwise, a subsidiary of Axa, and my wife declared she’d had blood tests and had been given the all clear.

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Yet this rag still campaigns fir a government that will literally wipe out the NHS so we all need health insurance making cases like this the fecking new normal. I don't want a policy with protected no claims on my fucking health. Oh well!

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