Hepatitis C and Finance … Mortgages and Life Insurance

90% of Hepatitis C sufferers have not tried to get financial products due to their diagnosis!” …

Unusual Risks the medical financial advisers have today published the results of their latest research into the financial needs of people living with Hepatitis C. In their recent survey they established that 90% of Hep C people have not tried to get financial services due to their diagnosis.

In the same survey it was also established that 10% of respondents had found it difficult to obtain Mortgage and Insurance products due to their diagnosis. This is the first time that any research has been conducted within the Hepatitis C community in relation to their financial needs.

Life Assurance and Mortgages have been available to people living with Hepatitis C for some time, however, they can sometimes prove to be difficult to obtain due to additional medical requirements, or due to product providers being insensitive towards their financial needs.

Chris Morgan has been at the forefront of offering Life Assurance and Mortgages to the Gay and HIV communities for the last fifteen years and is constantly working to secure better terms and premiums on behalf of his existing clients and their families.

He has recently introduced services for people living with Hepatitis C to run alongside the existing services that he already offers to people living with HIV. The aim is to use all of his knowledge and experience to help people who are living with Hepatitis C to secure their financial future.

If you require more information on HIV Life Assurance, HIV Life Insurance or Hepatitis C Life Assurance, Hepatitis C Life Insurance you can contact Unusual Risks Mortgage & Insurance Services on 0845 474 3075, or email at Enquiries@unusualrisks.co.uk or on the web at http://www.unusualrisks.co.uk/ 

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