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Life & Terminal Illness CoverLife Insurance is the easiest way to cover you & your loved ones. A policy will ensure you’re family & mortgage can be covered in the event of death within the term of the policy. There are Level policies, that remain the same amount for the entire term. Decreasing policies that will decrease in line with a Repayment mortgage ( usually a little cheaper ) You can also have an Increasing policy which goes up in line with inflation throughout the term. Terminal Illness cover is also added in free of charge on most plans
Critical Illness Insurance
Critical Illness cover can be a vital part of insuring you and the family. Statistics show you’re 5 times more likely to be diagnosed with a Critical Illness than you are to die. We think some is better than none, although more expensive than Life insurance we always advise our customers to consider this option.
The Insurance companies will pay out upon diagnosis of a Serious Illness, Cancer, heart Attack, Stoke are just a few. Usually most companies have over 40 Illnesses on the plan. Children can also be covered too.
Income Protection InsuranceIncome Protection is usually overlooked & under advised. This policy can ensure in the event of not being able to work you can still pay your vital bills per month. Most policies have no exclusions, so for any reason at all, may it be an accident or injury, the policy will pay until you go back to work and back on your feet. These policies usually pay up to 2 years at any one claim.
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