Breast cancer sufferer, Carole Scott, says her critical illness policy has provided 'peace of mind' and helped her cope at a time when she 'couldn't think or function'
A 58-year-old woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer has spoken to the Mirror about how a life insurance with critical illness (CI) and total & permanent disability policy was a "Godsend". Domestic caring assistant Carole Scott took out the policy in May 2013 and a CI claim of £41,006 was paid in April 2018. She was paying £45 a month for the policy and had it for five years. ‘Really important' "Having critical illness cover has given me peace of mind that despite being ill I still have...
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