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Life Insurance Ireland FAQ


Life Insurance guides

  • Life insurance cover

    Life Assurance or Life Insurance, is an insurance against the likelihood of your death.

    Serious Illness cover

    Serious illness cover, is an insurance against the likelihood of you being diagnosed with any one of a set list of Serious illnesses and injuries which are covered by a policy.

    Mortgage Protection

    Mortgage protection is the most cost effect form of life assurance and is used most widely to protect both the borrower and the bank against the risk of the borrower dying within the term of the mortgage.

    Income Protection

    Income Protection, also known as Permanent Health Insurance (PHI), is an insurance to protect your income against long terms sickness or injury and not being able to work. It is set up whilst you are earning income. It does not protect you against redundancy.

Life Insurance options

  • Life Insurance


    Life insurance is financial protection against the likelihood of premature death or Serious illness.

  • Serious Illness
    Cover


    Insurance against the Serious illnesses and injuries which are covered by a policy.

  • Income Protection


    Insurance against you being unable to work for extended periods of time due to ill health or injury

  • Mortgage Protection


    Mortgage Protection insurance pays off your mortgage in the event you pass away.