UK provider of life insurance and critical illness cover, Beagle Street, has created a guide to life insurance for gas engineers. The guide is designed to offer objective pointers for those considering how life insurance might benefit their family.
The work of a gas engineer can be demanding and professionals may be thinking about how best to cover the financial needs of their dependents in the tragic event of a fatal accident at work, or death from disease or an accident elsewhere.
To answer all the questions gas engineers might have about life insurance, what policy is best for them and how much it will cost, Beagle Street has put together a dedicated guide which is freely available here.
Beth Tait, Associate Marketing and Distribution Director, said, “When you have a family to care for, it makes sense to plan ahead and make sure they will be financially protected if there is a change in circumstances. It’s about having peace of mind so that you can better enjoy the present. However, we know taking out life insurance may be daunting so we’ve put together this guide to help demystify the process and answer any questions gas engineers might have about taking out a policy.”