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    Default What will happen if temporary sickness/injury occurs to you/your child???

    Hey All,

    I am pregnant with my first child and bit concerned regarding future incapabilities being a primary carer of my child. What are the possible options to cover your routine expenses of yours as well as your child, if something happens e.g. temporary sickness or injury to either you or your child..??

    Positive reply will be much approciated...

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    Do you mean income protection? Or health insurance?

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    You need accident and illness cover for both yourself an your child if your worried about either of you becoming I'll and you not being able to work therefore not able to financially provide

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    Yes .. I mean what are the options to cover up day to day expenses which I gonna suffer..

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    You would need to look at personal insurance if you wanted to cover yourself/your child.

    As far as im aware (don't quote me I could be completely wrong) but you wouldn't be able to get income protection as a SAHM since technically your not earning an income.

    You could look at other options like Critical Illness/Trauma cover for yourself and additional extended cover for children. Depending on the policy it pays out a lump sum on the insured events (certain cancers, medical treatment etc - each company will have different events that you are covered for).

    HTH


 

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