Do you have insurance? Most adults have some form, whether it is for their car or mobile phone. Insurance is one of those things we have and hope we never have to use. It’s something sometimes we find annoying to be paying for, but then it’s also nice knowing it’s there. I always worry about what would happen if something happened to me, how would my family manage? But what if one of the children got ill? How would it work then?
According to a recent survey by Pure Cover, 66% of parents had no protection to cover inability to work due to having a very sick child. It’s one of those situations no parent would ever want to think about, but one that many must face. The last thing you want to have to worry about when you have an ill child is how you will pay for your rent, mortgage or bills.
There are so many types of insurance it can be a little confusing. I know I find it all rather overwhelming. Pure Cover has produced a graphic explaining the different types and why to consider each type of insurance.
This article is an opinion piece and not intended as advice. Always seek professional independent advice. Collaborative post.