Benefits also include family carer, recuperation and trauma support as well as death benefit and terminal illness payment.
Customers will be able to choose between 'no cover', 'standard cover' and 'enhanced cover' for children within CIC, which can now include 12 additional child-specific conditions.
Coverage to include beard & brogue fire damage, fixie bike liability cover and bitcoin income protection.
More than four million renters 'risk homelessness' due to having no insurance in place- Scottish Widows
UK renters are putting themselves at risk of homelessness by failing to have a financial safety net in place, research from Scottish Widows has warned.
Hinged on promises to modernise and simplify protection, the new insurer will focus on life, critical illness cover and income protection under the 200-year-old Guardian trading title.
Following The Guardian's article detailing instances of people with a history of mental illness being refused life insurance, Andrew Wibberley, director of Alea Risk, looks into the ways underwriters can overcome challenges that underwriters face.
People with a history of mental health issues are being rejected life insurance, The Guardian reported over the weekend. COVER Magazine investigates further...
The government has announced several changes to the eligibility conditions relating to the social fund funeral expenses payments scheme that will take effect from 2 April.
Cirencester Friendly has paid 94.7% of income protection claims submitted in 2017, totalling £4.4m in sick pay benefit.
Premier Choice Group (PCG), the specialist health and risk intermediary has appointed Steve Ellis as head of risk and protection.
Future Proof are supporting the Canine Partners in 2018, a charity that transforms the lives of those with physical disabilities.
CIExpert's Alan Lakey discusses how to choose the 'best' critical illness plan.
Finance North, the specialist protection adviser based in Cheshire, has partnered with RedArc, giving its clients access to advice and support provided by the company's nurse advisers.
British Friendly is trialling 'Immediate Support Payment' for claims received on income protection policies that have been in force for at least three months.
Cinema and retail discounts as well as news, helpline and wellbeing resources on offer to customers.
Over three million working couples are classed as 'double income, no option' (DINOs), which means they are vulnerable to financial ruin if one of the two loses their earnings. LV='s Justin Harper discusses how we can better safeguard those at risk.
Business confidence plunging as 48% of small-to-medium businesses rely on unprotected debts, research from Old Mutual Wealth reveals.
Zurich's Peter Hamilton discusses how insurers and advisers can broach difficult conversations around ageing.
Cirencester Friendly, has appointed Paul Shepherd to the newly created role of 'key account manager'.
British Friendly has announced its paid claims percentages for the last twelve years.
Healthcare provider offering two months of free insurance to customers for next two months.
Old Mutual Wealth's Paul Roberts discusses protection needs and industry responses to the ABI's statement of best practice.
The Association of British Insurers has drafted new model critical illness definitions. But it's missed an opportunity to make them clearer. Fairer Finance has written to the director-general to ask them to think again.
Royal London has been appointed by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks as its partner for Over 50s life cover.