Do you have to notify your insurance company if you have suffered a seizure?

Does one have to notify their insurance company if they have suffered a seizure?

Asked on 18 September 2018 by Patrick stanyer

Answered by Tim Kelly
You would have to ask your doctor, a medical opinion must be sought rather than an insurance one. It depends on whether he considers you a risk to other road users, what the probability of it happening again is and whether it can be controlled via medication.
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