CURA CASE STUDY: Arranging cover after a TIA

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CURA CASE STUDY: Arranging cover after a TIA

Kathryn Knowles discusses the case of Mr T, who approached Cura seeking protection insurance for his mortgage

Thomas* came to us because he had a mortgage and he wanted to put some protection insurance in place, to know that the family home would be safe, and the mortgage would be paid for if something were to happen to him. Thomas was in his mid 40s, with a slightly high BMI, but the main reason he came to Cura for help finding a policy was that about three years before speaking to us he'd had a TIA, a transient ischaemic attack. As well as this, he also had type 2 diabetes, which he had been diagnosed...

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