Most people living with diabetes have encountered difficulties arranging insurance, whether it is life assurance, income protection and family income benefit insurance or travel insurance. Although diabetes can be treated, people with diabetes are more likely to develop medical complications, such as blindness, nerve damage and kidney problems.
This section looks at the main categories of insurance and seeks to address many of the questions, misunderstandings and concerns about insurance that people with diabetes have asked us over the years.
Please note: this section aims to provide you with general information to assist in obtaining insurance. It is not advice nor can it take account of your particular circumstances. For advice, with a view to making decisions, you should consult an independent financial or other professional advisor.