Who is Aegon?
Aegon is an international financial services provider, offering a range of products to help you manage your finances, including pensions, asset management and life insurance.
What does Aegon’s life insurance policy cover?
Aegon’s life insurance policy is named Personal Protection. It will pay out a lump sum to your loved ones if you die, become terminally ill, critically ill, permanently disabled or unable to work due to sickness/injury.
You’ll pay a monthly premium for this cover. The cost of this will depend on your age, your health, the level of cover you want and other personal circumstances.
The policy is extremely flexible, so you can adjust it to get the level of cover you desire. It’s also possible to amend this as your life goes on and your circumstances change.
As with any life insurance provider, Aegon will reject all claims where it has reason to believe that the insured person killed or injured themselves deliberately.
It will also reject all claims where the insured person had stopped paying their premiums, or was found to have given inaccurate information about themselves during the application process.
You or your loved ones can make a claim by calling 03456 00 04 93o or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or writing a letter to Aegon, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh, EH12 9SE.
Whatever method of contact is chosen, a member of staff will get in touch to ask for more information about the insured person and the incident that led to the claim being made.
How to contact Aegon
For general queries, you can call 03456 00 14 02, send an email to email@example.com or write a letter to Aegon, Edinburgh Park, Edinburgh, EH12 9SE.
Pros and cons
- You can protect your loved ones against the financial impact of your illness and injury, as well as your death.
- You’re afforded the flexibility to amend your level of cover as you see fit.
- You can amend your policy with ease after it begins.
- Aegon Personal Protection policies can only be bought via brokers/price comparison websites.
Aegon is one the most reputable financial services brands and this is one of the more comprehensive and flexible income protection policies on the market.
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