Breast cancer sufferer Sara Regan would not have received the payout to which she was entitled had it not been for the prompt action of her adviser and insurer.
A 44-year-old woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer during the pandemic has spoken to The Times about how important it is to get the right kind of insurance and to give your insurer the right information. Business centre manager Sara took out the critical illness policy with Aegon in 2018, arranged by financial adviser firm Cover My Bubble. She was paying £20 a month for the policy. Being diagnosed during lockdown meant that Sara needed to be shielded. Her husband Danny, a drain technician,...
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