Scottish Widows and have reported that around 425 people die every day in the UK (or one every 3 minutes) as a result of the nation’s sole largest killer, heart disorders. It accounts for more than twice as many deaths in women than breast cancer, and causes more than a quarter (26%) of all deaths in the UK.
21% (1 in 5) of Brits have confirmed that they have insufficient life and critical illness cover of the main income of the household due to unexpected circumstances.
Heart-related disorders were the second largest cause of life cover claims at Scottish Widows in 2015, accounting for 23% of cases for men and 12 per cent of cases for women. It was also the second largest cause of critical illness claims among men, accounting for 22% of claims, and the fourth largest cause among women at 3%.
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