Standalone Dread and Disability policies

Buy dread disease and disablement cover as standalone products

Posted  October 24, 2012

Do you want to cover a potential risk with an investment in a 1Lifedirect dread disease or disablement cover policy, without purchasing a Pure Life Cover policy? 1Lifedirect is pleased to announce that as of 1 September 2012 you can purchase dread disease cover and disablement cover as standalone products.

This means that you can phone in on 0860 10 53 40 and take advantage of any one (or a combination) of our affordable stand-alone products: Pure Life Cover, Dread Disease Cover and Disablement Cover policies. You do not have to be an existing Pure Life Cover policyholder to take advantage of our affordable dread disease and disablement cover policies.

1Lifedirect Disablement Cover Disability insurance is essential for any family breadwinner, providing much needed income for your family if you are ever disabled and unable to work. As a 1Lifedirect disablement cover policyholder you can choose from two types of cover. The first, occupation-based disablement, will pay out between R200 000 and R4 million if you are ever permanently and totally disabled and cannot work either at your normal job or any other type of job to which you are suited. The second type, event-based disablement, will pay out a percentage of your cover amount, from R50 000 to R200 000, depending on your disability. Such disabilities could include the loss of an eye or a limb. Find out more about 1Lifedirect disablement cover.

1Lifedirect Dread Disease Cover No matter how healthy we are, each and every one of us is vulnerable to serious illnesses like cancer or a stroke. Dread disease cover will pay a percentage of your cover amount, from R50 000 to R2 million, if you ever fall victim to a dread disease as defined in your policy document. Find out more about 1Lifedirect dread disease cover.

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