Cancer Cover from AIG
If you are told you have cancer, the diagnosis affects not only you, but also your family and friends. You may feel scared, uncertain, or angry about the unwanted changes cancer will bring to your life and theirs. The emotional impact of dealing with a cancer diagnosis can be very difficult.
The second worry is often money. How do I support my family, run a home, continue to pay bills during my treatment? What if I have no health insurance? What if I can’t work? This added financial stress can cause serious emotional pressure during this difficult time.
AIG’s Cancer Cover plan is designed to help you through this difficult time. Our unique stand alone cash based benefit plan gives you payments of up to €64,000 in total, to assist through every stage of your recovery.
There are no restrictions on how you spend the money, it could help pay for child care, help around the home, and even the little things you take for granted like parking charges, getting to the shops or the doctors. It can also be used to help pay your medical bills or on a relaxing holiday to help you recuperate.
Cancer Cover Benefits
• Unique product providing financial support on diagnosis of Cancer
• Standard and Premier Cover options: Cash benefits up to €64,000 broken down into monthly and lump sum payments
• Monthly premiums from only €3.50
• Cover available regardless of family medical history
• Free Care Advisory Service
• FAQ’s ,Policy documents all online
Terms & Conditions Apply
There’s no medical examination, no awkward health questions and no exclusions due to family history. Claims can be made just 90 days after taking out your Plan.
As long as you have not had cancer before you are guaranteed to be accepted if you are aged 18–74 and resident in the Republic of Ireland. It’s that simple – we’ll even pay your first month’s premium.
To get a quote today, please go to www.aigdirect.ie/tennis or alternatively call our Tennis Ireland team on 1800 344 455
AIG Europe Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority of the United Kingdom, and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland for conduct of business rules