Life Insurance

We need more information such as the following in order to provide a precise quote:

  1. Your age
  2. Your dependants
  3. Income and outgoings
  4. The amount of cover you need
  5. The type of policy
  6. The length of policy
  7. Your medical history

Individuals with Crohn’s disease may be at risk for complications such as bowel obstruction or colon cancer. This could increase the challenge of finding affordable life insurance. Certain insurers may deny your application, increase your premiums, or require a lower payout.

However, this doesn’t imply that you must accept an unfavorable offer, nor none at all.

Certain insurers may provide life insurance coverage when provided with the necessary information and evidence. This could involve your medical records, test results, treatment plans, and correspondence from your doctor.

Critical Illness

Most insurance providers do not classify Crohn’s disease as a serious illness.

Some insurers may offer coverage for Crohn’s disease under their critical illness policies. The outcome will be determined by the severity and scope of your condition. Medical evidence and a medical examination are required to determine eligibility. There could be additional charges for premiums, as well as exclusions or limitations on your coverage.

If there are any exceptions or concerns that could affect your coverage, there is no need to worry. We will discuss the details of your policy with you right from the start. We will process your policy after ensuring you understand what it covers and how it benefits your family.

Income Protection

Individuals with Crohn’s disease may require time off from work as a result of their symptoms, treatment, or complications. This could impact your earnings and financial stability.

Income protection insurance offers a consistent income until you go back to work, retire, or reach the policy term’s end.

Income protection insurance provides financial support for individuals who need to take time off work. Research conducted by Crohn’s & Colitis UK revealed that individuals with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis typically require an average of 20 days off work annually due to their condition.

This number can vary based on flare-up frequency, your occupation, and the level of support in your workplace.

NeedingAdvice can assist you in finding suitable income protection and a life insurance policy that covers Crohn’s disease. We will discuss your health and its impact on your work. We will assess the protection you currently have, such as potential access to improved sick pay through your employer or reliance on SSP. Paying attention to small details can help lower the coverage needed and decrease costs.