At Point Me To we realise insurance and protection may not be the most exciting topic, however we know it could be the most important decision of your life.
Should the worst happen, how would you or your family manage, financial stress is the last thing anyone would want to think about during such a time. At Point Me To, we will sensitively discuss your personal details and circumstances; we then will offer a tailored solution that is individual to your needs. We feel that as this area is so personal, one size does not fit all and advice is essential to ensure yours and your family’s security and protection needs are met.
Critical Illness Insurance options: (usually taken alongside Life Insurance)
Decreasing Critical Illness – Provides a lump sum payment that decreases in line with your mortgage in the event of diagnosis of a critical illness to the policy holder, during the term of the policy – contact us for further details.
Level Term Critical Illness - Provides a fixed lump sum payment in the event of diagnosis of a critical illness to the policy holder during the term of the policy – contact us for further details.
Contact us for a free no obligation quote.
Why choose Critical Illness:
- Financial security during a very difficult time, this cover will provide a financial rest bite.
- Statistically, a claim against a critical illness policy is far more likely than a claim against a life insurance policy.
- Children Critical illness is now available as part of the protection policy.
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