Posted on Nov 16, 2017

Life insurance is a product that assist you in difficult times. When it comes to dealing with suicide it is no different. It assists you to cancel out one less worry when dealing with the unexpected death of a loved one through suicide. Yes, most insurance companies cover you in the event of a loved one taking their life. However, knowing your Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) will give you greater insight as to what can be covered, and what doesn’t get covered. Here are a few basic things you need to know.

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