Income protection for someone with Asperger’s syndrome
If you’re not able to work because of an accident or long term sickness then you could cover your income. Income protection insurance pays out a monthly income usually up to 60% of your gross salary to replace any lost income.
Income protection can be slightly different because your ability to work may be impacted by Asperger’s. Insurers will want to know information about your condition, treatment, and medication. If you are worried having Asperger’s syndrome will affect your ability to get covered, you can get FREE, FRIENDLY advice from one of our income protection insurance specialists.
How does income protection work with Asperger’s syndrome?
You’ll usually have to provide information about whether you’ve had any time off work in recent years. This might also have an impact on your choice of insurers and your coverage options. Some insurers may also ask to view a copy of your medical report from your GP as evidence of your health.
Income protection can also seem confusing and difficult to understand because of the number of cover options. If you need more information or advice about this then you should call our EXPERTS on 0800 009 6559.