Trust a problem while nine in 10 Brits in financial danger should serious illness strike and less than a third have life insurance
On average, UK adults assume insurers pay out only a third of individual protection claims each year - compared to the 97.8% actually paid in 2017 - while just 27% have life insurance - a 7% drop compared to last year - and millions have no back-up plan, new research from Scottish Widows has revealed. More than a fifth (21%) of households would not survive financially if they unexpectedly lost their main income, while 12% of UK adults have phone insurance compared to 9% with critical illness cover...
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