Gavin Knocker tells tabloid that policy allowed him to say proper goodbye to cancer-suffering wife
In an article entitled ‘Do YOU spend more on cover for your phone than protection for your family?, published yesterday, the Mail on Sunday issued an emphatic call to consumers to take out income protection (IP). Detailing the story of truck driver Gavin Knocker, 40, who received £1,200 a month after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, the article informs readers that those who do not take out protection ‘can end up paying a terrible price'. ‘Only one in 71 adults has a little-known...
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