Life insurance with Thalassaemia


Life Insurance for those with Thalassaemia is often available from mainstream life insurers unless there are other conditions or complications develop or there are issues with ongoing treatment.

If mild and stable describes your Thalassaemia, you could consider approaching mainstream insurers first.

If you have more severe Thalassaemia, it is unstable or your are over 50, then you may be declined by mainstream insurers.

Where your Thalassaemia is more severe or unstable, then you are likely to need individual consideration by a Life Insurance underwriter. 

Pulse Insurance specialise and may well be able to find cover for those with Thalassaemia, including those with other conditions, when other insurers decline. 


If you need a specialist underwriter 

Pulse specialise in taking your Thalassaemia and any other specific conditions and needs into account and finding Life Insurance cover for you, if it is available.  

We use our knowledge and experience to find a solution when other Life Insurers have declined to quote.


Why Pulse Insurance?

  • Pulse Insurance have been focused on finding unusual cover since 1998
  • We strive to offer a caring and sensitive service
  • We are knowledgeable insurance professionals who work as a team
  • We provide a personal service to guide you through
  • If we cannot help, it will not be for the want of trying or know-how

While finding cover for everyone is not always possible and the premium will be higher to reflect increased risk, we like to think we are good at helping people find the cover they need.

In many Thalassaemia cases, we can offer indicative premiums and/or sense of if cover may be available or not early on; so, you can decide to proceed or not.


Being Transparent

It is always important to declare your Thalassaemia and any other medical conditions completely.


Your Personal & Medical Details

Everything you disclose about your Thalassaemia to any life insurer or life agent should be treated with sensitivity and appropriate levels of privacy.


Your Health

Your Pulse underwriting specialist will look to gain a detailed picture of your condition and you should take care to disclose everything. 


Requirements for more information

While our initial enquiry may not gather enough information to provide an indication of cost, our insurers may ask for more in depth information regarding your Thalassaemia and/or any other conditions. Sometimes the details you can provide may allow them to reduce the premium they seek.

If you have a medical condition, it is possible that underwriters will need to seek a Doctor’s report or for you to undergo medical examinations, blood tests or other tests that will confirm your health to allow them to quote an accurate premium and confirm cover details. The costs involved in obtaining the medical information are usually paid by the underwriter, but if not, you will be informed before they are requested.

Pulse will never sell your details to anyone. We will use your details to provide the service you have asked for according to the permissions you grant us– read our Privacy and Data Protection policy in full.


Medical Reports

If you have any recent or relevant medical reports, these can enable underwriters to provide a more accurate indication. 

Please send these either to [email protected] or post them to us

n.b. Do not worry if you don’t have any medical reports as they are not usually needed to give an indication of cover / cost.

It may be necessary anyway for separate specific medical reports to be sought if you decide to proceed with an application.

If you have any queries, please give a member of the team a call on 01280 841430.



Additional Covers

Pulse may be able to offer covers beyond everyday Life Insurance to give you the peace of mind and protection you desire.

The reasons you may need life cover may be simple or complex, but having the right cover brings peace of mind for you and your family.


Useful Thalassaemia resources

We suspect if you have read this far, you are relatively well informed about your Blood Disorder.

You may know of or find these external resources useful; although Pulse are inevitably not responsible or in control of the accuracy or nature of the information provided.

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