£900m goes to protection customers
Aviva has confirmed that it paid more claims than ever in 2017, with a total of £900m worth of claims settled for 25,000 customers (97.2%) - an increase from 23,000 and £30m more than last year's figure. £525m was paid to families of customers who had died or to individuals diagnosed with a terminal illness, while £337m worth of claims went to customers diagnosed with critical illness. More than £38m of benefits were paid to customers with income protection cover or fracture claim benefits. ...
VitalityLife has launched a risk calculator that is able to work out the likelihood of clients facing ill health by putting in some basic, personal information.
'Support services' are not bolt-ons but integral to insurance offerings, says Paul Avis, and there are plenty of good reasons for employers and their advisers to promote them wherever possible
Association of Medical Insurers and Intermediaries (AMII) chairman Stuart Scullion has warned the industry to make sure it is prepared ahead of the IDD, the next EU-driven legislation set to 'shake up the sector'.
Our biggest Protection & Health Summit yet comes to Hilton London Bankside on 4 October