Lycetts Financial Services

Accidental Death Insurance

Lycetts helps clients to protect their families against the financial pressures caused by accidental death.

Most of us try not to think about the consequences of our unexpected death in an accident, but if it does happen, it can throw loved ones into financial chaos.

 

Accidental death insurance otherwise known as death by accident insurance is there to make a one-off payment if the worst should happen. The amount paid out depends on the level of premium you want to pay and involves a tax-free lump sum to your dependants should you die as a direct result of an accident.

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Newcastle

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