Gas engineer life insurance
Life insurance and critical illness cover is a policy that is designed to protect you and your family if anything happens to you.
You should consider life insurance to protect your children and your mortgage against financial loss. If you are concerned about what might happen to your family if you are not able to work or if you’re not around then you should consider protection.
There are currently over 120,000 certified gas engineers in the UK according to the Gas Safe Register.
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Here are some of the answers to the most common questions for gas engineer life insurance.
Does life insurance cover gas engineers?
Yes – if you die either during work or outside of your job then your family will be able to claim on your life insurance.
Your loved ones will receive a cash lump sum if you pass away that can be used to clear outstanding debts, pay school fees and pay for the cost of living. Life insurance is designed to ease any financial burden against the loss of a family member and household income.
Some of the main risks for gas engineers include:
- Hazardous equipment and materials
- Working at height (above 12 metres)
You won’t have any problems getting life insurance for gas engineers and we’ll help you to find the BEST cover at the LOWEST RATES.
Will critical illness cover payout for gas engineers?
Yes – a critical illness cover policy will provide you and your family with a payout if you are diagnosed with a serious illness.
There are usually roughly 50 medical conditions that are covered by this type of insurance policy. The most common reasons for people claiming on serious illness cover policies is:
- Heart Attack
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Musculoskeletal issues
The most common reason for taking out critical illness cover is to pay out for things like:
- School fees
A gas engineer can take out critical illness cover for them to make sure that they do not struggle financially if they are unable to work due to serious illness.
How much is life insurance for gas engineers?
Your life insurance premiums will be based on a number of key areas that will determine how much you will pay each month.
The main elements that determine the cost of your life cover are:
- Your age
- Amount of cover (£’s)
- Term of policy (years)
- Smoker status
- Type of cover (e.g. Level, Decreasing, or Critical Illness Cover)
Your premiums will also vary depending on which insurance provider you apply with. You can also reduce your premiums by making sure that you get the best advice from an expert who can direct you to the lowest prices.
About life insurance for gas engineers
You can also get more information about life insurance by visiting our Life Insurance guide section on our website.
We are also delighted to be able to offer you a fully automated online application that means you can get cover online. If you don’t want to speak to anyone then this is a quick and easy way to get the best cover for you and your family.
If you aren’t sure what you need then you should speak to one of our friendly experts to get FAST and FREE advice.
About critical illness cover for gas engineers
It is definitely worth considering getting critical illness cover to protect you financially if anything serious happens in the future.
This type of cover can be the difference between financial security and serious financial stress if you are diagnosed with a critical illness. You should make sure that you at least look at the costs of this type of cover and see what options are available.
For more information about this, you should visit our Critical Illness Cover section on our website.