Personal Protection Cheshire
Protection plans are designed to ensure that you and your loved ones remain financially secure and obligations met in the event you are unable to work due to serious illness, disability and death. These plans aim to provide peace of mind and financial security by covering the costs of medical treatment, income replacement, and other expenses associated with a significant life event. Some common types of personal protection plans include:
Life insurance: A life insurance policy pays out a lump sum to the policyholder's beneficiaries upon their death. This money can be used to pay off debts, cover funeral expenses, or provide financial support to dependents.
Critical illness cover: This type of policy pays out a lump sum if the policyholder is diagnosed with a serious illness that is specified in the policy, such as cancer, stroke, or heart attack. The money can be used to pay for medical treatment, income replacement, or other expenses associated with the illness.
Income protection insurance: Income protection insurance provides a monthly income if the policyholder is unable to work due to illness or injury. This can help cover living expenses and maintain a level of financial security while the policyholder recovers.
Accident insurance: Accident insurance provides financial protection in the event of accidental injury, such as a broken bone or a serious head injury. The policy pays out a lump sum to cover medical expenses or other costs associated with the accident.
Private medical insurance: can help you get back on your feet as soon as possible in the event you suffer a sudden illness, minimising the effects on your personal and professional life.
It’s important to choose a plan that meets your needs and to seek professional advice before making any decisions – as experts in this field we’d love to talk to you about your protection planning needs.