Health & Life

When it comes to health and life insurances to protect your lifestyle, recovery options and family - we are your expert team. 

Look after the biggest asset you have... Your health.

We never expect a major illness to strike us and we’re often unprepared for when it does happen. 

Sometimes, life can change in an instant and the futures we dreamed of can end up being vastly different. An accident or serious permanent illness might strike when you least expect, leaving you totally and permanently disabled and unable to work again.

How would you want your family to continue if you couldn’t keep taking care of them? Would you want the mortgage on your family home to be paid, and see your children head off to university?

5 Insurable Events

Are you adequately covered for these events? When it comes to ensuring you have financial protection in place for your needs should a medical condition affect your ability to earn, there are five key events to consider.  

1. Health
2. Income Protection
3. Trauma
4. Total Permanent Disablity
5. Life


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57% of Kiwi's have life insurance. (Statistics NZ, 2015)

16th Jan by Lydia von Rönge

I grew up in South Africa, a country in which once you leave home and get your first full-time job, your parents immediately ask: ‘Do you have your health insurance sorted?’

For me that question came at a time when all I wanted to do was buy a lounge suite with my first pay cheque. But, knowing that I had to prioritise my health, the furniture had to wait.

There is a public health sector in South Africa but it is chronically understaffed and underfunded, and the wait times are astronomical. This means we’ve learnt to adopt a culture where health insurance is just another one of those protections you need.

If I’m going to insure my belongings – my car, my contents, my house – then why wouldn’t I protect my biggest assets – my health and therefore my ability to earn an income?