Don’t let a life-changing moment disrupt your home and work life and put a strain on your family’s finances
What would life be like if you were diagnosed with a serious illness?
Things could change very suddenly.
You’d get your family together and tell them what was going on. Before long, you’d start spending time in hospital for treatment.
You may also need to take some time off.
In this guide, we look at the latest government figures that report the dramatic increase in the likelihood of long-term sickness absence when we age, leading to an employment absence of four weeks or more.
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Want to make your life easier if you ever need to deal with the financial strain of a serious health problem?
Everybody wants to feel that, even if they were diagnosed with a critical illness, they’d be able to cope financially. Critical Illness Cover enables you to choose how much cover you want, how you want it to pay out and whether you want to combine different cover types.
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