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Illness and death, for obvious reasons, are uncomfortable subjects. As such, many people do not put insurance policies in place thinking, "it will never happen to me". Sadly, in our experience "it" does happen and often with severe consequences.

With a little care and attention, protection plans can easily be put in place and it is surprising how relatively inexpensive the monthly premiums can be, particularly when you know they are paying for peace of mind. 

Our initial consultation is free of charge, however long it takes. For your reassurance, we will never levy a charge unless we can demonstrate that we can benefit you in doing so.

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"Excellent service, nothing was too much trouble. I felt very much at ease and that the advice given would be totally in our best interests". Mr L & Miss P, Worle

Key Services

  • Level Term & Critical Illness

    Level term assurance policies have a known level of cover that will be paid out in the event of death within a known period of time.

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  • Decreasing Term & Critical Illness

    Decreasing Term or Mortgage Protection policies as they are often known provide cover that matches the outstanding balance of your loan.

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  • Family Income Benefit Policies

    Family income benefit policies provide an income for the rest of the term of the contract if you die during the policy term.

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  • Income Protection Policies

    Under an income protection plan or permanent health insurance policy an income benefit would be paid out if you were unable to work.

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  • Accident Sickness & Unemployment

    This type of policy provides a short term benefit towards the monthly income lost in the event of the policyholders earnings stopping.

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