Insure yourself and your people

You’re only as good as your people If you, or a key member of staff, fall ill or are injured, your business could suffer too. With the appropriate insurance, money will be one less thing for you to worry about. To make sure you have the right level of cover, get in touch with one of our commercial managers for an obligation free quote. 

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Life Cover
If the insured person dies or is diagnosed with a terminal illness, Life Cover pays can pay a lump sum to the policy owner. This lets you clear debt, take care of ownership buyout issues, and helps with business continuity. Work out a quick life insurance estimate now. 

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Critical Trauma Cover
If the insured person is diagnosed with a specified serious illness, the policy owner could be paid a lump sum. This could be used for recruiting and paying a replacement person, paying back debt, sorting out ownership buyout issues, and ensuring business continuity.

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Total and Permanent Disability (TDP) Cover
If you or a key person, who is insured, is disabled and unable to work again, the policy owner can receive a cash lump sum. This could be used to clear debt, help buy out a co-owner, or assist with business continuity.

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Income Protection Cover

If you’re unable to work for more than 10 hours a week because you’re ill or injured, this can provide a monthly payment to replace your lost personal income. Letting you focus on your recovery.

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New to Business Cover

If your business has been going for less than four years, and an owner or key person is unable to work for more than 10 hours per week, this cover can provide a fixed monthly payment - an essential financial safety net to help your business survive.

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Business Continuation Cover
If you have a profitable business that’s been established for more than four years, and an owner or key person is unable to work for more than 10 hours per week, this can pay a fixed monthly amount. Use it to supplement cash flow, lessen the financial impact of the person’s absence, and pay the cost of a suitable qualified replacement.