Life & Critical Illness Cover - Allerton Mortgages

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Life & Critical Illness Cover

Our life assurance products are from leading product providers such as Friends Life, Legal & General and many more. Our advisors will make recommendations based on your personal circumstances. No client is the same as another so making sure you get the correct advice from a qualified advisor ensures you have the right protection.

 

Protecting your family

Life assurance is a cost effective way to protect loved ones in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Basic life cover can provide a lump sum to pay off your mortgage in the event of death of either spouse. Advisors can provide additional options to make sure you are fully protected.

 

Critical Illness Cover

Provides a cash lump sum in the event of being diagnosed with a critical illnesses such as cancer having a heart attack and many more illnesses that can leave you unable to work. Regardless of whether you survive (cured) or not you will be paid out. Children’s critical illness is available as an add on to your policy if required. This gives you the comfort of knowing your home will be fully paid for in the event of a life threatening illnesses as well as peace of mind that your children are covered to.

 

If you’re interested in a policy please contact us on telephone: 0151 222 5706 or email: admin@allertonmortgages.co.uk.

 

Income Protection

Provides income in the event of being unable to work due to accident or sickness. Covering your basic living expenses such as your mortgage payments or household bills. This should be vitally important to all families and is not as expensive as people would believe.

 

This Payment Protection Insurance is optional. There are other providers of Payment Protection Insurance and other products designed to protect you against the loss of income. For impartial information about insurance, please visit the website at www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk.

 

There are many more options available. click here to Speak to a professional.