Critical Illness

Critical Illness

It is human nature to not consider the possibility of a critical illness happening to us, especially when we feel healthy, but life can be cruel and random; it can, and does. According to Cancer Research UK more than 1 in 3 people in the UK will develop some form of cancer during their lifetime.

Critical illness insurance is designed to ease the financial pressures associated with critical illnesses – such as loss of income, medical fees, treatment etc. – by paying a tax-free lump sum if you become seriously ill or totally disabled. It is designed to pay out a tax-free lump sum which can be used however you decide; from covering additional medical costs, making necessary adjustments to your home, to even paying off your mortgage.

Critical illness insurance pays out on the diagnosis of certain specified critical illnesses. The range of diseases covered has increased to more than 30, though they differ from one company to another. The policy pays out if you survive a minimum number of days from when the illness was first diagnosed; otherwise the death benefit of the policy pays out. The survival period used varies from company to company, however, 14 days are the most common survival periods used.

* Not all forms of cancer are covered by Critical Illness Cover

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