Life Insurance with labyrinthitis may be available at standard terms with some insurers. In order to fully assess your application the insurer will want to know the cause of the condition, how long the symptoms lasted, how many occurrences you have had, any lasting complications that are present and the amount of time since your last episode.
When you have had labyrinthitis Critical Illness Cover may be available at standard terms with some insurance providers, if the condition has been mild and is not currently present. As with a Life Insurance application the insurer will want to know why the condition manifested itself (viral or bacterial cause), how long your symptoms were active, if it was a one-off event or there have been multiple occurrences, any side effects you still suffer from and when the last event happened. Depending upon these factors it is possible that your policy will be accepted at normal terms, with a premium increase or an exclusion on deafness.
Income Protection for those who have had labyrinthitis in the past with no resultant complications may be able to secure the policy at standard terms. If the condition is currently affecting you, there is lasting complications or there are frequent recurrences of the condition it is possible that the insurer may choose to place an exclusion on your policy for any claim due to deafness of imbalance.
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Labyrinthitis is an inner ear condition that is cased by either a virus or bacterial infection. In general the condition is worst within the first week of onset and symptoms gradually lessen over time (typically weeks); in severe cases it is possible that symptoms can last for months or years and/or lead to permanent hearing loss.
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