See if Beagle Street life insurance is right for your family and compare policies now.
Beagle Street is an online life insurance provider and part of the BGL Group. It was founded in 2012, with headquarters in Peterborough.
Beagle Street life insurance is underwritten by Scottish Friendly.
Beagle Street provides life insurance on both level term and decreasing term policies, which can be taken out as either single or joint policies.
Customers also have the ability to add optional serious illness cover to their standard life insurance policy.
This type of insurance provides a fixed level of cover for the length of the policy term. Your monthly premiums remain the same, as does the size of your family’s payout in the event of your death.
Decreasing term cover operates like level term insurance, but the size of your premiums and potential payout decreases over time. This is designed to cover the remaining cost of your mortgage or other large debt.
If you want additional protection for major medical conditions or illness, you can take out optional critical illness cover. You need to add it to your standard policy at the time of application, and will receive a payout if you are diagnosed with any listed condition.
Your insurance claim will generally not be honoured in the following situations:
You can make a claim by calling Beagle Street on 0800 072 9831, or by mail.
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