Financial security to protect you and your loved ones in the case of an unexpected or traumatic event
As your career and life progresses you have no doubt taken on additional debt and responsibilities both at work and in life. If you were to die suddenly or experienced a traumatic accident, it is important to ensure that you have taken adequate precautions to protect those you love.
The most acceptable form of providing for those left behind is through life insurance, which can be used to clear debts as well as provide the funds to help your family to continue to live.
What Is Life Insurance?
Life insurance is a tailored insurance package that is designed to you and your loved ones from different events such as:
- Life cover – a lump sum paid out when you die
- Income protection insurance – regular payments when you can’t work due to illness or injury
- Total and permanent disability insurance (TPD) – a lump sum payment to assist with living and rehabilitation costs
- Trauma insurance – funds to assist with medical treatment and living expenses if you’re diagnosed with a major illness
Life insurance for personal trainers can be purchased several ways, however the general rule of thumb is that the easier a policy is to start (i.e. 4 questions and no medical assessment) the more limited a policy is and the harder it is to get a claim paid.
Why Choose Gym Insurance HQ?
As an insurance broker for gym and fitness industry professionals, we will walk you through the different options available and offer you tailored advice based on your needs and objectives. For more information on life insurance or to get a quote, call our team today on 1300 815 344 or request a quote online.
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