Personal Protection Insurance
48% of unmarried adults who are in relationships don’t know whether their partner has a life insurance policy
Life insurance can be a topic that many people try to avoid as they don’t like to think about the worse. However, without the safety net of a life insurance policy, what would happen to your joint mortgage for example?
It can be important to have those conversations so you know what happens if something was to happen to your partner – a life insurance policy can be a single or joint policy, depending on your requirements.
As well as other policies being available to cover other areas of your life such as pregnancy and children’s cover and income protection insurance.
A policy that could provide your loved ones with a lump sum pay out to support them financially whilst they go through a difficult and challenging time.
Mortgage Life Insurance
A policy designed to pay out the remaining balance of your mortgage in the event that you or your partner (if a joint mortgage and joint mortgage life cover) were to pass away.
Pregnancy & Children’s Cover
If something was to happen to your children, a payout can support home modification, additional care, travel expenses and more.
Critical Illness Cover
A critical illness policy is a protection policy in the event that you were diagnosed or suffered from a critical illness, a lump sum will be paid.
Too ill or injured to work? Income Protection can provide a regular replacement income whilst you’re off work.
Building, Contents or Buildings and Contents cover available to protect your family home or landlord property from any future accidents and damages.