It can be challenging to find insurance products that meet specific needs if you are blind or partially sighted or have a pre-existing medical condition. That's why we are delighted to be able to offer you specialist products through insurance provider, Unique.
Unique insurance with RNIB
Unique provides insurance products and financial services, giving access to specialist and comprehensive policies to those with pre-existing medical conditions and disabilities. After over a decade working in partnership with many charities, we're proud to announce that Unique is now working with RNIB.
For every policy sold as a result of being introduced by RNIB, Unique makes a payment to support our work. The payment made for each policy sold for travel and home insurance to RNIB Enterprises Limited is a third of the commission received by Unique from insurers. For life insurance and funeral plan policies, 20 per cent of the commission received by Unique from insurers is paid to RNIB Enterprises Limited.
RNIB Enterprises Limited is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Heath Lambert Limited. Unique is a trading name of Heath Lambert Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered Office:The Walbrook Building, 25 Walbrook, London EC4N 8AW. Registered Number: 1199129 England and Wales. www.gallagherheath.com.
Dignity Funeral Plans are offered in mainland Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Jersey, Isle of Man and Isle of Wight. This plan is provided by Dignity Pre Arrangement Limited. A company registered in England No: 1862158 VAT registered No. 486 6081 14. 4 King Edwards Court, King Edwards Square, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands. B73 6AP. Telephone No 0121 354 1557. Fax No. 0121 355 8081. Part of Dignity plc. A British Company. Registered with the Funeral Planning Authority. RNIB Enterprises Limited transfers all of its taxable profits to RNIB, registered charity number 226227.
Having trouble with your current insurance provider?
As a service provider, your insurance company has a duty, under the Equality Act 2010, to make reasonable adjustments to ensure their services are accessible to all customers with a disability. What counts as "reasonable" is an individual issue, but could include accessible websites and provision of alternative formats if the insurance company knows their customer has sight loss, for example. Find out more about the Equality Act 2010.
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