First, do yo need life insurance, health insurance, personal liability insurance, or all three?
If you have dependents who rely on you financially (redundant?), then consider life insurance. I would recommend term insurance only. For 99% of people, it is best to seperate life insurance from investment, so avoid cash value whole life or universal life policies. They are extremely expensive.
Prudential (both British and the US Prudential) is a good company, but you should shop around. Check the solvency ratings for insurers from companies like AM Best, Standard and Poor’s, etc. Don’t buy anything from a company below A- grade. Another thing to consider is whether or not the policy will provide international cover. I am from the US, where term life rates are as low as they get, but I didn’t buy a policy there because unlike most other developed countries, most term policies sold in the US will not cover you if you move overseas. I bought here in HK instead.