Face disease without affecting your economy
Receive medical attention in a timely manner
Covering immediate expenses of a serious ill
Pay debts such as credit cards and transport fees for you and your family
May include some built-in trauma insurance for your children
A lump sum to help modify your home or vehicle, or buy specialist medical equipment
It is important that you keep in mind the characteristics and requirements when comparing life and trauma insurance quotes. A Trauma Cover is designed to pay either a lump sum or partial benefit payments to you if you suffer a critical illness; to ensure that you can cope with its effects on your lifestyle, family and work. You could pay off your mortgage, make alterations to your house to improve access and mobility, or take a family holiday.
The difference between having Trauma Insurance and not having it can simply be summed up simply in allowing you to take a financial break and allow you and your family to recover instead of having to work and commit yourself with more debts to get ahead.
Ask yourself if your personal savings are sufficient to pay any expenses if you suffer a critical disease. If the answer is “No”, it might be a good idea to start thinking about getting a trauma protection insurance. It’s never too late to protect yourself and your loved ones.