DM Financial is a family run business with over 17 years experience in the Insurance Market.
Dermot Murphy is the managing director and is both QFA (Qualified Financial Adviser) and APA (Accredited Product Adviser – General Insurance). As a financial broker, we are able to give advice on products from a wide range of providers including Aviva, Hive, Irish Life, New Ireland, Royal London, Standard Life and Zurich.
We ensure that our clients get the best deal and the best product on the market to suit their needs. We pride ourselves on giving a personal and professional service to each and every client. We are not a 9-5 only broker and are available for evening and weekend appointments at a time that suits the client.
Our registered office address is : Highfield House, Aughagreagh, Ballinalee, Co Longford.
Phone Numbers are 0872703184 and 0433323966.
Our registered number with the Central Bank is C48565.
Life Term Cover
Life Term Cover pays your family/estate a lump sum if you die giving you peace of mind that your family will be financially secure when you are gone. They can use the money as they wish to pay bills, loans etc.
Mortgage Protection is a simple, cost effective way to insure your life to provide a lump sum to pay off your mortgage should you die during the term of the policy, leaving you safe in the knowledge that should you die your family will not have the difficulty of meeting the repayments on what is probably your largest financial responsibility.
Serious Illness Cover
Serious Illness cover is a policy designed to pay a one off lump sum to you if you are diagnosed with one of the specified illnesses listed by the provider. The lump sum could be used to repay debts such as a mortgage or towards alterations to property should you need to. It could help maintain you and your families standard of living, pay medical bills and help you cope during a difficult time.
Income Protection is a policy that pays you a regular income if you can no longer work due to an injury or illness. It can replace a percentage of your earned income, once any state benefits are taken into account, so you can still maintain the level of lifestyle you are used to.