Many nurses will find that as part of their employment benefits package they have a death in service life insurance clause, which will usually mean that a multiple of your salary will be payed out to you beneficiaries on the event of your death. This is great because Nurses form the backbone of the medical service, in what can be a deeply rewarding career. However, it can also be a demanding profession, with long hours and potentially stressful conditions.
Naturally, it is essential to have proper life insurance in place to ensure that your family’s financial well being is protected if the worst should happen to you.
If, however, this is not sufficient for your needs and requires “topping up”, or if there is no death in service cover in place, we can provide you with a number of comparable quotes based on your requirements, courtesy of our long standing relationships with the leading insurance providers.
When you apply for life insurance, you will be asked certain questions, the answers to which the insurance provider will use to calculate how much risk they will be taking in insuring your life. Engaging in activities hazardous to one’s health, such as extreme sports or the use of tobacco products, can substantially affect the cost of your premium.
Please don’t hesitate to talk to one of our efficient advisers, who can guide you through the application process so you can ensure that your cover will be perfect for your needs, here.