Group Specified Illness Cover Plan

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What is the Group Specified Illness Cover Plan?

If you suffer an illness, the reality is that you may face significant extra expenses. This plan recognises this fact by giving you a tax-free lump sum if you are diagnosed with one of the Specified Illnesses listed in the policy document.

The lump sum can be vital, as extra funds are often needed to pay for medical bills, travel to and from hospital, pay for extra childcare, etc.

Key benefits of the plan

Specified Illness Benefit

A tax-free lump sum is paid if you or your spouse/partner are diagnosed with one of the Specified Illnesses listed in the policy document. 

Specified Illness Benefit- Partial Payment

A tax-free lump sum is paid if you or your spouse/partner suffer one of the less severe Partial Payment Specified Illnesses listed in the policy document. 

Children’s Specified Illness Benefit

A tax-free lump sum is paid if your child aged 1-18 (or 1-21 if they are in full-time education) suffers one of the illnesses listed in the policy document. 

How much does the Plan cost?

Cornmarket and the Fire Brigade work together to secure the best price and benefits for members of the Fire Brigade Specified Illness Cover Plan. When it comes to cost, you benefit from the group purchasing power of the Fire Brigade.

The cost of membership is €2.96 per week for members or €5.92 for member and spouse/partner cover. 

Plan information

The Fire Brigade Voluntary Protection Group Plans Summary Booklet

The Fire Brigade Voluntary Protection Group Plans Review Booklet 2019

Retired Members' Life Cover

People are living longer and have more demands in their retirement than ever before, so they continue to need a level of Life Cover to ensure their loved ones are financially secure if they die. The Cornmarket Retired Members’ Life Cover Plan gives this vital security and peace of mind.

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Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland Designated Activity Company, trading as Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland and Friends First, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.