Rugby

Rugby is one of the highest risk recreational sports that you can play. However we can cover you in case of accidental injury such as suffering from fractured bones, time in hospital and even time off work.

 

There are different types of cover available and we will make a recommendation in terms of which plan is best for you once we have fully understood your needs. We provide a wide variety of policies that not only cover you whilst playing rugby but also cover you at work too. Infact our plans offer protection for you 24/7 and cover a wide variety of occupations. 

Our clients vary such as the self employed who have no sick pay whatsoever and therefore an accident or spending time in hospital could have a significant impact on their income, to construction workers who if employed may only receive statutory sick pay which is currrently only £88.45 per week. Most of our clients cannot maintain all of their outgoings on ths wage which is why they come to us to provide the right protection cover so they can afford to maintain their monthly outgoings each month after their accident or sickness. 

Protection should be essential, especially if you have a family or people that reply on your income.  Even if you are single, you have to live and provide a income for everyday life.  We provide for each protection area, such as Income protection, critical illness, life cover and accident plans etc.

It is important you have the right cover in place.  We can offer a tailored made packaged based on your lifestyle and protection needs for yourself or as a family’.

 

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