Peace of mind for the worst of times

Life and Trauma insurance

Mortgage payments, school fees, grocery bills, petrol – your family’s needs don’t stop just because you die or suffer a serious illness. In fact, depending on the illness or injury, costs can rise after a trauma.

It’s not nice to think about, but putting some plans in place now can make a massive difference. For most people, a combination of life and trauma insurance is the right mix. It means the day to day expenses are sorted, so you or your family can focus on getting back to normal.

Life Cover

Life insurance pays out if you die and can be used to fund a funeral, pay off your mortgage or loans, and allow your partner to take time off work. If you’re diagnosed with a terminal illness, you could also be able to get some of the pay-out while you’re still alive.
The amount of cover you choose depends on your age and your financial and family situation. For example, if you have young children, you may want enough cover to replace your income or allow your partner to work part time for a while. As you get older, your life insurance needs are usually lower – you may only need to cover a funeral and small loans, rather than a large mortgage.

Trauma cover

If you’re badly injured or develop a serious illness, trauma insurance can help make things a bit easier. You’ll get a lump sum if you develop a serious illness or if you’re injured in an accident. The diseases and injuries covered depend on the plan you choose.
Trauma insurance can cover anything you like. Some people use it to replace their income if they need to leave work, to meet extra costs associated with their condition, or for a family holiday during a stressful time. It helps take the pressure off you and your family, so you can make the best decisions for your health and happiness.

Need to sort out Life and Trauma cover for your family?

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