Baby and You

ESMi Personal Insurance for new parents

Parenting; It’s a big burden, but one that’s oh so worth it. We’d do anything for our loved ones, but sadly, far too many of us neglect personal insurance as part of that ever important duty. This can lead to some serious financial hardship if bad luck were to strike. Luckily, personal insurance isn’t as long winded or expensive as you may be thinking.

Consider the following…

Is either yours or your partner’s income critical to your survival? If so, it is a good idea to look into Sick Pay Insurance to cover this income. Statutory Sick Pay is just £92.05 per week, which in almost all cases wouldn’t cover your usual cost of living if you were unable to work for an extended period.

How would your family cope if you were to pass away? Funerals in the UK currently cost around £5,000, and the cost is permanently on the rise, which can be a huge burden to families at an already difficult time. A life insurance policy can help reduce the immediate and long-lasting financial impact of your death.

Introducing ESMI’s straightforward personal insurances:

Life Insurance – From £4.77 a month

Choose between; £25,000, £50,000, £75,000, and £100,000.

Guaranteed acceptance online if you are aged 18-61 and live in the UK.

Fixed price for the first 5 years.

No medical questions or exams.

Sick Pay Insurance – From £10.31 a month

Protect your income against work absence longer than 30 days caused by sickness or injury.

Cover yourself up to £2,000 a month for up to 6 months whilst you’re unable to work.

Fixed price per benefit level.

No medical questions or exams.

It’s simple to get cover in 5 minutes online at:

Or call us on: 0330 123 10 30




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