We understand that the biggest fear your clients have is the risk of being diagnosed with cancer or suffering a heart attack or stroke - almost
If this happens, their ability to make a full and successful recovery could be considerably improved by the financial peace of mind provided by critical illness cover.
AIG has launched a solution to your client’s worries – Key3 Critical Illness Insurance.
Key3 is a simpler version of our standard critical illness products covering the ‘Key 3 Critical Illnesses’ - cancer, heart attack and stroke. It pays a tax-free lump sum if your client suffers from one of these conditions.
Key3 is available with life insurance. If your client chooses the life insurance option, their policy will also pay out if the policy holder(s) die or are diagnosed with a terminal illness and are not expected to live for more than 12 months. Key3 with Life Insurance will pay out once and then the policy will end.
Key3 can be taken out on a single life, joint life (first event) or life of another basis and can be bought on a level, increasing or decreasing basis. It also includes optional Waiver of Premium.
Simple: Key3 is easy for you and your clients to understand exactly what they are covered for.
Affordable: Key3 is cheaper than comprehensive critical illness cover, Key3 allows you to offer your client a solution that works within their budget while still getting the cover they need.
Essential: Key3 covers the ‘Key 3 Critical Illnesses’ people suffer from - cancer, heart attack and stroke - which accounted for almost 80% of the adult critical illness claims paid out by AIG Life in 2017.
Key3 provides immediate access to the Best Doctors medical opinion service for your client, their partner and children. Even after a critical illness claim has been paid and the insurance has come to an end, the policyholder can continue to use this service for three years.
Should your client need to make a claim, they can access our Claims Support Fund, which can provide up to £300 to cover additional expenses caused by your client’s critical illness (such as travel and parking costs, physiotherapy, etc).