Ormerod Income Protection Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. FCA Number 552461

Registered in England, Registered No.7627056 Registered Office - The Swiss Barn, The Square, Burton in Kendal, Lancashire. LA6 1LX

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Can’t get cover elsewhere

If you can’t get cover for the extreme sport / hobbies you love doing then we can help.

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New and Growing Family

Do you have any protection for  you and your family in place to help when needed?

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Protect Your Business

If the worst was to happen to a key person in your business do you have any protection in place?

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For friendly, no obligation advice please call us now on 07786 006860

When it comes to selecting the most suitable plan, we ask the questions and find you the solutions.


Ormerod Income Protection

Caring for your life, health and income needs

Income Protection

How would you pay the bills if you were sick or injured and couldn't work?


Why do more of us insure our cars, mobile phones, washing machines and our dogs than our own incomes?


“The one protection policy that every working adult in the UK should consider is the very one most of us don’t have – income protection…”

(Which? Money, January 2012)


When the unexpected happens, we know that what matters is peace of mind from a policy you can trust. At Ormerod Income Protection we advise and provide you cover which is straightforward, simple to arrange and specific to you.

Long-term income protection (IP) is an insurance policy that pays out a replacement regular income if you're unable to work due to injury or illness.

IP usually pays out until retirement, death or your return to work. It typically pays between 50-70% of your previous gross annual income, or can be provided on the fact that ‘you’re just in work’ although short-term IP policies are now available at a lower cost. IP doesn’t pay out if you're made redundant, but will often provide 'back to work' help if you're off sick.


We research the whole of the market and can offer…..