NobleOak’s Trauma insurance (also known as ‘critical illness cover’ or ‘recovery insurance’) can help to protect you financially against a number of serious medical conditions. NobleOak offers Trauma insurance as either an optional extra to an existing Life insurance policy or as a stand-alone policy.

Importantly, Trauma insurance can pay a lump sum of up to $2 million that can be used to reduce debts, pay out-of-pocket medical expenses and allow you or your partner to take time off work.

Trauma insurance takes the financial pressure off so you can focus on your recovery.

What critical illnesses are covered?

Trauma insurance covers the four most common critical medical conditions – cancer, heart attack, stroke and coronary bypass surgery – plus an additional 34 critical conditions.

Benefits are paid regardless of whether your condition can be successfully treated, and regardless of whether you’re able to work.

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Why choose NobleOak Trauma cover?

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Flexible payment options

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Worldwide cover
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Guaranteed
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About NobleOak Trauma insurance

Trauma insurance for your financial security

Up to $2 million in cover paid as a lump sum.

Includes cover for the ‘big 4′ most common medical conditions (accounting for over 90% of trauma claims paid) plus 34 additional conditions.

Fully underwritten. We assess your health upfront so you know exactly what you’re covered for.

Cover renewable until age of 70.

Backed by the third largest global re-insurer, Hannover LifeRe.

A dedicated local claims specialist to look after any claim.

We pride ourselves on having paid 100% of all genuine claims.

You need to be an Australian resident between the minimum and maximum ages shown in the below table to be eligible for Premium Life Direct.

Type of
Insurance

What you are covered for

Minimum
age at entry

Maximum
age at entry

Cover
expiry age

Life Insurance

Choose up to $15m cover in case you die or become terminally ill, helping you clear your debts and support your family.

16

69

99

Total and Permanent Disability
(TPD) insurance (Optional)

Choose up to $5m cover in case you’re never able to work again because of sickness or injury, helping you modify your home, replace lost income and clear debts.

16

64

75

Trauma insurance
(Optional with Life cover or as a stand-alone cover)

Choose up to $2m cover in case you suffer a serious listed medical condition, helping you pay your treatment expenses and adjust your lifestyle.

18

59

70

Income Protection
insurance

Choose cover of up to 75% of your income (to a maximum of $25,000 per month) in case you can’t work due to sickness or injury, helping you to support your family and cover essential living expenses.

18

59

65

Business Expenses
Insurance

Choose cover up to $25,000 per month in case you can’t work due to sickness or injury, helping you cover the fixed costs of running a business.

21

59

65

We can’t offer personal advice, but we have developed a Life Insurance Calculator to help you determine what types of Life insurance and how much cover you need. By simply answering a few questions, you’ll receive a Free Life Insurance Analysis report that you can use to consider Life insurance products.

Case Study

Meredith and Tony*

Meredith and Tony are both in their early fifties earning $80,000 and $60,000 per year respectively. The couple has two children who have moved out of home and a mortgage of $250,000. They each have Trauma insurance policies worth $150,000.

At the age of 53, Meredith is diagnosed with breast cancer. As a result of her treatment she is unable to work for a period of three months, although doctors believe she will make a full recovery.

Meredith’s Trauma insurance policy pays her $150,000, which allows the family to meet the excess medical expenses of treatment, as well as allowing Tony to take some extended leave from work to care for his wife, knowing that ongoing mortgage repayments and other household bills will be covered.

*Please note that while these case studies are real, names have been changed for privacy purposes.

*Please note that while these case studies are real, names have been changed for privacy purposes.

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How does a Trauma insurance policy work?

Trauma insurance can be purchased as an optional extra when you take out Life insurance or as a stand-alone policy.

Trauma insurance pays a benefit if you’re diagnosed with a specific critical illness that’s covered by your policy. You can spend this money on whatever you like – medical bills, rehabilitation, your mortgage, even an overseas trip.

Your level of cover is usually limited to an amount less than or equal to the Life insurance you have purchased to a maximum of $2 million.

Can you buy Trauma insurance on its own?

Trauma insurance can either be purchased as an optional extra with your Life cover or as a stand-alone cover through NobleOak. Where Trauma insurance is taken with Life insurance, any claim paid will reduce the remaining Life insurance cover amount (and TPD insurance cover amount if also taken) by the amount of the Trauma benefit paid.

For stand-alone Trauma insurance, any claim paid will have no impact on any other insurance cover you hold with NobleOak.

How much Trauma insurance do I need?

The comprehensive way to determine how much Trauma insurance you need is to estimate how much you believe you would need to pay for any out-of-pocket medical costs, and to help your family survive financially.

When deciding if you need Trauma insurance, think about:
<ul>
<li>Your level of private health insurance</li>
<li>Other types of entitlements or insurance you have, such as from your employer or through your super fund (e.g. TPD insurance or Income Protection)</li>
<li>How much income you and your family will need to live if you can’t work for a while.</li>
</ul>
Our <a href=”http://staging.nobleoak.com.au/life-insurance/life-insurance-calculator” target=”_blank”>Life Insurance Calculator</a> can help you estimate how much of each type of Life insurance cover you need.

When should I review my Life and Trauma insurance needs?

It’s important to review your Life and Trauma insurance needs as your circumstances change. Without adequate Life insurance, your death, illness or disablement could spell financial disaster for you and your family and could severely impact their future plans and aspirations.

Many clients review their insurance needs every one to two years, or if they have experienced a significant life event, such as a marriage, birth, house purchase, or growing children.

More Frequently Asked Questions

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What do our clients think?

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“Prompt responses, courteous helpful staff, home visit nurse on a Saturday very convenient, overall a cost saving and uneventful transition from my previous insurer.”

David H.
(January 2017)

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“Very attentive from the very first enquiry, progressively during the process until the insurance was approved. Very impressed.”

Olga K.
(January 2017)

Betina

“Found the service and follow up efficient and prompt. Very easy to communicate with all staff we dealt with.”

Judith G.
(December 2016)

chelle

“Very friendly empathetic knowledgeable staff. Thank you so much.”

Lee V. B.
(January 2017)

Natasha

“Professional, helpful and honest. Made the whole process very simple.”

Danielle M.
(January 2017)

Leona

“They did a smooth transition from changing our Life cover.”

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(January 2017)

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