What about possible embarrassing or invasive questions during an application?

What about possible general embarrassing or invasive questions during an application?

A life insurance application will always have a section about sensitive medical information and lifestyle questions. We have read every application questionnaire and know what's required and what's going to be asked.

  • We have a no BS* no surprises policy so we understand the effect of your answering ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to every question in an insurance application.
  • When you allow us to work with you, we focus on the end result and help you get there quickly and effectively, with dignity intact.

For people concerned with triggering past traumas, we're a Trauma-Informed-Organisation (TIO) and have designed all our systems and interactions to minimise the risk of re-traumatising anyone working with us.


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