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People often wonder what the difference is between disability and impairment cover. Although they’re similar, they have different roles to play when it comes to your life insurance.
Let’s face it: if you weren’t able to work another day in your life – you’d need to win the lottery to cover all those bills.
Our disability cover pays out a lump sum or monthly income payments if an accident or illness means you can no longer work, protecting both your finances and your family. While our impairment insurance will provide money that you can use to make adjustments to your life such as installing a wheelchair ramp in your home.
Maybe you’re a computer programmer and you become partially paralysed? You’d still be able to do your job, even though you may need a wheelchair to get around.
Keen to get the best of both? Disability Plus is the all-in-one insurance plan that covers you for disability and impairment: