Mubina Pirmohamed, Head of Pet & Life Insurance

With over 10 years of experience in the industry, Mubina is an expert on… all things related to insuring you and your furry friend. While it’s often a sensitive subject, life insurance is something we shouldn’t shy away from. We’d do everything we can to protect our little bundles of fur, so we should also look after ourselves and the people we leave behind in the same way. Mubina can help you understand your options for life, health, income protection and pet insurance - looking after everyone.

Mubina has also commented on… how life insurance policies were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the surge in demand for pets during lockdown, as well as the impact of Brexit on pet passports.

Mubina Pirmohamed commenting on level term life insurance…

“Level term life insurance has several advantages. These include the fact that premiums stay the same and the people you love know what they’ll get if you die. But before you buy, understand the options, and make sure you get the right amount of cover for you.”

Mubina Pirmohamed commenting on critical illness cover…

“Critical illness cover can provide much-needed financial support if you’re diagnosed with a serious condition. You can add it to a life insurance policy, but you need to think carefully about whether you want standalone or combined cover. A combined policy will usually be cheaper, but will only pay out once, either when you get a critical illness or pass away.”

Mubina Pirmohamed commenting on the different types of pet insurance…

“If your cat or dog is involved in an accident, it can be a traumatic experience. Also, you could be facing huge vet bills if you don’t have insurance. If your budget doesn’t stretch to lifetime cover, accident-only pet insurance could help. 

Lifetime pet insurance cover isn’t the cheapest type of protection, but it’s the most comprehensive way to safeguard your pet. You can relax and have fun with them, knowing your cat or dog has insurance that protects them for the costs of illnesses or accidents, throughout their life."

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