As we are well aware here at The Insurance Surgery, we witnessed all insurers tightening up their underwriting criteria last April as Covid 19 spread across the planet. For all industries, it has been a challenging time. The reasons for the underwriting changes were due to the increased risk of
New research has shown that most over 50s did not have any life insurance in place during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research from financial services provider OneFamily shows that only a third of over 50s in the country had a policy in place during the whole of the pandemic, starting
As we all know, the last year has been dominated by the coronavirus outbreak and the impact that has had on all our lives as a result of coronavirus. A staggering 127,000 have lost their lives in the UK alone at the time of me writing this. On top of
Testicular cancer is a relatively rare type of cancer, accounting for just 1% of all cancers that occur in men. Each year, around 2,300 men are diagnosed. Catching the cancer early is important. Reducing the risk that the cancer has spread to other parts of the body at any stage
Here at The Insurance Surgery we are often asked “is it possible to get life insurance when I have diabetes?”. The simple answer is YES, it is possible and at The Insurance Surgery we are specialists in making that happen! Therefore, we thought it would be a good idea to
Here at The Insurance Surgery, we often get asked a lot of question regarding MS and life insurance. In this blog we will be answering some of our previous customers questions about what is entailed when they apply for life insurance with multiple sclerosis and what they should expect to
Many young people don’t think about life insurance. It’s often seen as something that you don’t need until you’re older, or something to sort out later. Many people don’t realise the importance of life insurance until they have a significant change in their life i.e. a mortgage, a baby or
A question we get asked a lot here at The Insurance Surgery is “can I get life insurance after having cancer?”. The simple answer is “yes”, but the price and amount of cover can depend on a lot of things, including the type of cancer you had, when you had
This week (18th – 24th Jan) is cervical cancer prevention week. Aiming to raise awareness of the risks of cervical cancer, and help people to learn about how to reduce these risks to prevent the illness. With around 3,200 new cervical cancer cases in the UK every year, it’s so
“Why should I use a specialist insurance broker as opposed to going to an insurer direct?”. There is a myriad of reasons regards why it might be better for you to choose a broker over an insurer direct but what are the stand out points before you make that decision
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