Less so if cause of death is heart attack or lung cancer
According to new research by Protection Review's The Syndicate, four-fifths of UK people surveyed (1000 policyholders/1003 non-holders) believe that an accidental life insurance pay-out should be received in full even if the person who claimed to be a non-smoker was found to be a lifelong smoker. However this figure dropped significantly to 58% if it transpired the death was caused by heart attack, while 40% of respondents suggested non-disclosured smokers were entitled to claim even if they died...
Bill broadened to include insurable interest in cohabitants, group schemes and trusts
Thursday 4th October at The Hilton London Bankside
Early conversations about end-of-life care are crucial to ensure individuals living longer can make their own decisions, however right-to-die approaches vary all over the world
Group life, critical illness and income protection business bought from Munich Re