Get Family Funeral Cover of up to R50 000,
Speak to our friendly consultants today,
The benefits for our Funeral Cover
Frequently Asked Questions
A policy holder is a person who owns the insurance policy and whose name the insurance policy is registered in. this is the person responsible for ensuring that premium payments are up to date and making amendments on the policy
A lapsed policy is a policy that is ceased, terminated or rendered inactive due to the non payment of the policy premium amount. LFP policies lapse after 2 months and 7 days of non payment of the policy premium.
A waiting period is the period of time between the date of your first premium payment and the date that your policy claim kicks in or the date your policy claim benefit starts to apply.
If death occurs at home , please contact medical/emergency services and or the police services. The medical personal will issue a notice of death and a funeral parlour called to the scene to remove the deceased If death occurs at hospital, the hospital staff will issue a death, notice and a funeral parlour called to collect the deceased. LFP have a 24 hour service line.
- Policy booklet/card
- Certified id copy of deceased
- Certied id copy of claimant
- Death certificate
- B1 1663 ( death notice)
- 3 month bank statement
A PayAt number is a number allocated to all policies, that make is convenient to make policy premium payments at retail stores near you.
A stop order is an instruction that a client gives to their bank, to make future reoccurring payments to a certain account on a certain date on their behalf. LFP stop order payments should always be your policy number.