Life & Critical Illness Cover

Life and Critical Illness cover is important to us at Aspire

At Aspire Financial, we believe that all people need protecting. We offer bespoke protection solutions to give you knowledge and peace of mind, ensuring that you and your family are financially protected. As part of our commitment to making your mortgage experience as stress-free as possible, mortgage and family cover is something we take very seriously.

In the unfortunate event that you or your partner become too sick to work, are injured, or die, you want to have peace of mind that you or your family will be able to make your mortgage repayments.

We treat protection as a priority, and help you to understand the policies that are best suited to you.

  • When obtaining Life Cover for both your mortgage and family, we will provide you a bespoke recommendation for the best quality cover for your current situation.
  • Critical Illness is something that happens. At Aspire Financial, the providers we use have an extensive list of Critical Illness definitions which include but is not limited to: Cancer, Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes and Kidney Failure.
  • We will look after your Life Cover application for you from start to finish. If you have any specific health declarations, we will do the necessary research to find the best cover for both your mortgage and family.

Life and Critical Illness Cover Statistics

Know the statistics about Life and Critical Illness cover

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Cancer Claims

According to Aviva, 63% of their Critical Illness claims were due to cancer. These claims were from people between ages 22 and 70.

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Amount of Payouts

According to FriendsLife, £265m was paid out across all types of cover between January 2014 and December 2014 with 94% of claims being successful within the same year.

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Youngest Claimant Age

In 2015, LV had 95% successful claims. Out of these claims, the youngest ages on Life and Critical Illness policies were 22 and 23, respectively.

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Main Medical Conditions

According to AIG, within 2015, 78% of all claims made were attributable to Cancer, Heart Attack and Stroke.