Life Insurance Cover pays you a lump sum (or a fixed monthly amount) if you die or
are diagnosed with a terminal illness.
The terminal illness benefit (which is built into most Life Insurance policies) will pay
out if you are diagnosed with a terminal illness, and have less than 12 months to
Because Scott died in Bali the costs of getting him home were significant…
…What I hadn't realised at the time was just how thorough BRAVEday had been. As Dean and I started walking through the policy before we submitted the claim, it was explained to me that he had taken the extra precaution of getting all stand down periods waived under our new cover when we changed policies. This meant I was still covered under the policy which I hadn't initially thought I would be...
…A claim that in most circumstances with most insurance companies would have been difficult was processed quickly, with compassion and everything was taken care of to allow me to focus on my family.
Life insurance cover protects those people who depend on you. If you die, Life Insurance can provide financial security to your family, giving them time to grieve and the choice to
take time off work. It can also be used to pay off debts like your mortgage, and to cover funeral expenses.
There are two different ways you can receive a Life Insurance pay out. The first (and most common) is a one off lump sum payment.
The other way is to receive a pre-agreed monthly amount for a specified period i.e. $5,000 per month for 12 years.
Neither option is better, it all depends on your personal circumstances and what you are trying to achieve.
Yes you can.
There are a couple of options available; your adviser can take you through these to find the one that's best for you.
Absolutely, without a doubt. Just look at our claim payout statistics:
|Gender||Age At Claim||Occupation||Policy||Health Issue||Claim Amount|
|M||40||Company Director||Terminal Illness||Cancer||$1,508,578|
|M||62||Company Director||Terminal Illness||Cancer||$604,107|
|F||50||Company Director||Terminal Illness||Cancer||$542,891|
|M||73||Retired||Terminal Illness||Kidney failure||$190,000|
|M||66||Homemaker||Life||Multiple organ failure||$104,000|
|M||53||Boat skipper||Terminal Illness||Cancer||$101,525|
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