Key Man or Key Person Insurance for Businesses

Business Key Person Insurance

Insurance Cover includes a lump sum payment for accidental death or permanent total disablement of a Key Man, Key Person, or Key Member of Staff.

Key Man, otherwise know as Key Person, insurance is personal accident and illness insurance for a key individual in a company or organisation. This type of insurance cover helps to protect your business against the unexpected financial impact of losing a significant key member of your organisation.

This cover includes Key Personnel such as; Executives, Sales Directors, Technicians or Specialists.

In the event of a claim, a single insurance payout can assist a business in:
• Providing the funding required to restructure a company
• Paying off creditors
• Replacement of profit/revenue lost as result of a death
• Financing the costs of recruiting and training a new member of staff

Full details are available on request from Naturesave on: 01803 864390.

Download our Key Man or Key Person Insurance Proposal Form in PDF format.

If you are unsure about the level of cover required, or about types of business insurance, please do not hesitate to call us directly on 01803 864390 or Contact Naturesave for help and a quotation.

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