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|Within a critical illness policy , there are many different cost options to choose. Most people would start by considering a sum assured to at least cover outstanding mortgage loans or ideally mortgage loan and any other debt. The term of the policy would naturally be until these had been negated, although so people would consider that type of policy to simply cover loss of salary. Once someone has chosen those parameters they would normally want to consider a single policy or a joint policy or possibly two single life contracts. When choosing a critical illness policy it would normally be better to include life cover as the additional cost is often negligible. When comparing all the different contracts in the market there can be a quite a big difference in how many illnesses are covered. One of the most important factors for people to appreciate is that most of the illnesses covered will be severity based and therefore may not automatically pay out on the simple diagnosis of any particular possible critical illness. For example a stroke would normally have to be a permanent condition to entitle possible claim.
A heart attack would have to be of a specified severity. All policies sold in the United Kingdom need to meet the ABI minimum standard for approval to be offered for sale. Many of the insurers offer what is classed as ABI plus conditions , thus meaning they would pay out on a wider coverage basis than the minimum standard. This is obviously a better thing to have and therefore when comparing different insurance companies it may be beneficial to check how many ABI plus conditions each contract has. Another excepted good indication to differentiate the quality of contracts available is to check their defaqto star rating one being the poorest and five being the best. Most independent brokers should have this information to hand. Some of the options available normally at additional cost are waiver of premium, total and permanent disability , fracture cover. It is also really important to seek advice as to whether it may be beneficial to place the policy in a trust.
When purchasing insurance it is always a good idea to look at what you are buying. This is because some companies offer add-ons which can be to your benefit or detrimental to you and some of theses are things like:
. Guaranteed insurability – this add on allows the policy holder to buy additional amounts of life insurance at certain times of the policy. This could be due to the birth of a child, adoption , marriage etc. the premiums are often priced upon the policyholders current health at the time.
. Accidental death benefit – this can be also known as double indemnity. This is where the add-on can sometime double or even triple the value of the policy benefits should the policy holder die of an accidental death. This however often has a few exclusions for certain types of deaths so always check with the provider.
. Waiver of premium – this is an add-on that should the policy holder become ill or unable to work the policy premiums will be paid for them. This is exactly as it sounds and should be confused with any other form of insurance such as income protection as this is an add-on or in insurance terms known as a rider.
. Automatic premium loan riders – this add on applies to whole of life insurance and ensures that if the policy holder was to miss a premium and it not be paid within the companies grace period, that it would be paid for them. For this to work the policy must have enough cash value for the premium to be paid.
. Accelerated death benefits – this can sometimes be also known as living benefits. The reason this is called that is because it allows a policy holder under stipulated circumstances to receive payments from the policy before death has occurred. Some of the circumstances can be due to the policy holder developing a terminal illness , being put in a nursing home and many more. The policy holder can claim some if not all of the benefits of the policy. This will vary from company to company.
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