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Berkeley Alexander Safety First – 27th July 2000

Type: Accident, sickness and unemployment cover.


Maximum benefit: Up to 65 per cent of income subject to a maximum of £1,500 a month.


Benefit payment term: 12 months.


Deferred period: Choice of 30 or 60 days.


Premium: Unemployment-only or disability-only cover: 30 day deferred – £2.95 per £100 monthly benefit, 60 day deferred – £2.70 per £100 monthly benefit. Unemployment & disability cover: 30 day deferred – £4.95 per £100 monthly benefit, 60 day deferred – £4.45 per £100 monthly benefit.


Commission: 25 per cent of annual premium.


Tel: 01273 477784.

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