Critical illness or Serious Illness Benefit
Critical illness is sometimes available as an extra option when you are buying life cover. It insures you against a range of common but serious health complaints, including cancer, heart attack or stroke.
Some providers offer serious illness benefit cover which differs from Critical illness cover. It covers common illness
Insurance when you are older
It can be more difficult and costly to arrange life insurance once you are aged 50 or older. However, over-50s’ life cover is designed to enable you to leave your family money after your death, either as a gift or to cover funeral costs. It’s typically available from age 50 to age 80.
Taking steps to protect your family now will give you peace of mind. When you are considering life insurance it’s important to think about why you might need it, how long you would like the cover to last, and what type of insurance suits you best.
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