Cura has since arranged her critical illness/life cover and is looking into IP
A 32-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis (MS) has been told that she is ‘uninsurable' by an adviser firm, which describes itself on its website as a ‘specialist broker for high-risk customers looking to get life insurance'. Shortly afterwards, however, she was able to take out life and critical illness cover on the non-standard market with the help of Kathryn Knowles of Cura Financial Services, who is now also looking into short-term income protection for the lady. Knowles had already been...
Ruth Gilbert investigates another potential threat to life policies
Advisers in the network will now be able to refer clients struggling to get the right cover to specialist advisers
Supported by PFS, PIMFA and Penney
Connecting the dots