Trauma cover for Women
Life is full of uncertainties. Even if you take good care of yourself, some things will always be out of your control. How would you cope financially if you suffered from a serious medical condition? A lump sum payment upon diagnosis will ensure you can focus on your recovery, without financial worry.
In Australia, four times as many women die from coronary heart disease than from breast cancer. The symptoms for heart attacks in women are more easily overlooked than those experienced by men. So recognizing the symptoms and acting quickly could be lifesaving.
Common symptoms in women experiencing a heart attack include:
· Ache or pain in the upper back, jaw or neck
· Sudden difficulty breathing
· Sudden overwhelming fatigue or weakness
· Flu-like symptoms: nausea, vomiting, cold sweats
· Sudden anxiety, malaise and loss of appetite
The Solution is simple
Trauma Cover will provide you with a lump sum benefit of up to $2,000,000 if you are diagnosed with one of 44 specified medical conditions and for a sickness, survive 14 days from diagnosis, irrespective of whether or not your ability to work is impacted.
Cover options to suit you
You may hold Trauma cover as a standalone policy or link it to your Life and/or TPD Cover. Trauma Cover cannot be held inside super, but you can hold it outside super and flexi link it with your Life and/or TPD Cover inside super.
Trauma Cover can be even more important for women who choose to stay at home to care for children and the home. Women who aren’t paid employment aren’t eligible for income protection insurance. Trauma cover isn’t limited to those earning an income.
To learn more about Trauma cover talk to your financial adviser today 1300 656 001 or click here
for further information.
Knightcorp Financial Services Pty Limited ABN 44 154 765 054 is a Corporate Authorised Representative (No. 418807) of ClearView Financial Advice Pty Limited ABN 89 133 593 012 AFS Licence No. 331367 GPO Box 4232, Sydney NSW 2001
In respect of this marketing, we have provided a general advice only and not personal advice. In giving the advice we have not taken into account your personal circumstances. Always read the policy documentation, including the insurer's Product Disclosure Statement if available to ensure that the product satisfies your requirements.