Reside Prime

Plan Detail

Plan Administrator: Seven Corners | AM Best Rating: A "Excellent" | Underwriter: Lloyd's of London and Tramont Insurance Company Limited

Exclusions


LIMITATIONS
 
Pre-existing Conditions: If an existing medical condition is disclosed on your application and not excluded or restricted by a rider, it is covered for a lifetime maximum of $50,000 ($5,000 per Policy Period), after you have been continuously insured for two consecutive and continuous policy periods. Otherwise, pre-existing conditions are not covered.
 
Pre-existing conditions are defined as any medical condition, sickness, injury, illness, disease, mental illness or mental nervous disorder, regardless of the cause, including any congenital, chronic, subsequent, or recurring complications or consequences related thereto or resulting therefrom that with reasonable medical certainty existed at the time of application or any time prior to your effective date of coverage under this certificate, whether or not previously manifested, symptomatic, known, diagnosed, treated or disclosed. This specifically includes but is not limited to any medical condition, sickness, injury, illness, disease, mental illness or mental nervous disorder for which medical advice, diagnosis, care or treatment was recommended or received, or for which a reasonably prudent person would have sought treatment prior to the effective date of  coverage.
 
Exclusions*:  The following conditions, treatments, supplies, services, and/or expenses are not covered.

*This is a review of the exclusions in the certificate. This is intended as a brief summary of benefits and services and is not your policy. A complete description of the provisions, benefits, and exclusions are contained in the certificate of coverage, which is provided to you after your coverage has been issued. To view a sample certificate of coverage, go to www.sevencorners.com/reside-prime/. If there is any difference between this brochure and your certificate of coverage, the provisions of the certificate will prevail.