Life insurance and critical illness coverLife insurance pays out a lump sum to your family and dependents on death, while Critical Illness Cover pays you a lump sum when you're diagnosed with a life-threatening illness like cancer or stroke. Contact us
What is life insurance?
Life insurance is one of the most cost-effective and popular forms of financial protection in the UK, and it’s easy to see why.
It pays out a lump sum upon death, which provides your family and dependents with priceless protection when you’re no longer around. The money could cover expenses such as mortgage payments, household bills, education costs, and lifestyle needs.
At Hive we provide an invaluable life insurance service. Our quote comparison service looks at products and premiums from a panel of leading insurers, to help you get the product you need at a price you’ll like.
Lump sum protection – you decide how much cover you need
Competitive monthly premiums
Cover for your mortgage
Peace of mind for the family – a lump sum should the worst ever happen
Why do I need life insurance?
Just think how your loved ones would cope if you were no longer there. Could they continue to pay the mortgage and everyday bills? What would their lives be like without your financial support?
How does life insurance work?
Your loved ones will be free to use the cash lump sum in any way they see fit, from paying off an outstanding mortgage to using it to support themselves in future years.
Our comparison service
At Hive, we don’t just offer you one life insurance plan. Instead, we search a panel of leading insurers on your behalf, to find you the most competitive premium.
To give you added peace of mind, our panel contains some of the biggest names in life insurance, including the following:
What is critical illness cover?
Critical illness cover is lump sum protection against serious illness
Critical illness cover is a form of financial protection that pays you a lump sum when you’re diagnosed with a life-threatening illness such as some forms of cancer, heart attack, stroke, major organ transplant, kidney failure and many more. Depending on the insurer there are usually around 41 conditions covered. Cover is available as a standalone policy, although it is also available alongside life insurance.
Why do I need critical illness cover?
How does critical illness cover work?
If you do suffer a critical illness, then perhaps you’ll need to make important lifestyle changes as a result. Again, the lump sum paid out from a critical illness plan can support you and your family if you need to make such a decision.
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Get in touch
From death and serious illness, through to accidents and help with everyday medical bills, we help to provide peace of mind and we’re here when you need us most. Here’s how to get in touch.
The Hive, Almondsbury Business Centre, Woodlands, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4QH
0800 028 0849
Lines are open 9am-3pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Calls are recorded and kept for training, monitoring and regulatory purposes
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