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Life and Critical Illness Insurance

Being diagnosed with a critical illness or the death of a loved one can not only put a strain on your finances, but can also have lasting effects on your family – which is why it’s essential to have critical illness and life insurance in place.

Critical illness and life cover from Bright Grey

To help you protect yourself and your family against the financial impact of death and critical illness, PG Mutual has teamed up with specialist insurer, Bright Grey, to offer you simple, essential and affordable cover.

PG Mutual has chosen to work with Bright Grey not only because it is part of Royal London, the UK’s largest mutual life and pensions company, but because of the expertise and excellent customer care that their staff provide – placing you and your family in the hands of people who will give you a professional, friendly service.

Getting the cover you need is easy. You can protect yourself and your family in as little as 15 minutes, and get cover to suit your needs and budget. Contact Bright Grey today for a quote. You might be surprised at how little it costs to give you and your family a financial safety net if the worst should happen.

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Life and Critical Illness Insurance

For more information on our specialist critical illness and life cover, call 0845 609 4500 or email ciandlifecover@pgmutual.co.uk.

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Bright Grey

Life Cover

Simple life cover that pays out if you die within the term.

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Bright Grey recommends that you read the key facts and plan details fully. These documents give you details of the policy features and benefits, exclusions and limitations.

Key facts of the Lifestyle Protection plan
Plan details for the Lifestyle Protection plan

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF files, which is available to download from the Adobe Acrobat website. You should also store these on your PC or print them for future reference.