HIV Life Assurance & HIV Life Insurance – Questions? …

Unusual Risks regularly receive questions from concerned HIV Positive clients, prior to them applying for Life Assurance and Life Insurance products.

We are planning to include the answers to some of these questions in the new “Consumer Guide” that we are writing for the Association of British Insurers and their member Insurance Companies.

If you have any questions about HIV and Insurance that you think should be included in the new Insurance Industry consumer guide please forward them to us at the contact details below.

Here are some of the best HIV Life Assurance Questions we have received so far … 

Which types of Insurance are available to people living with HIV?

Should I cancel my Life Assurance following my HIV diagnosis?

Should I disclose my HIV status on Insurance application forms?

Where can I find financial advice that is friendly towards people living with HIV?

We are also currently running the HIV and Insurance Survey 2015 and would like to ask all HIV Positive people in the UK to complete our anonymous survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YSKH7XG

The data from this survey will be used to promote the new consumer guide that Chris Morgan and Unusual Risks have been asked to write by the Association of British Insurers.

Unusual Risks are the UK’s leading financial advisers offering advice to clients living with HIV or Hepatitis on HIV Life Assurance, HIV Life Insurance, HIV Mortgages, Hepatitis C Life Assurance, Hepatitis C Life Insurance, Hepatitis C Mortgages.

They are also the UK’s leading experts at planning Life Assurance and Mortgages for HIV Positive Families and are able to assist HIV Positive people looking for advice on their Pensions and Investments.

For more information about these services please contact Unusual Risks Mortgage & Insurance Services by phone 0845 474 3075. Email Enquiries@unusualrisks.co.uk or visit us online at http://www.unusualrisks.co.uk/

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