The mutual sees a continued increase in mental health related claims
The Exeter paid out 93% of income protection (IP) claims in 2018, a total of £7,011,000. The mutual paid out more than £1m more than the previous year, when it payed 91% of IP claims. Musculoskeletal problems, fractured/broken bones and back and spinal conditions combined as the main reason for a claim (making up 37%), while mental health such as stress, anxiety, depression and bereavement represented 10% of all IP claims - a 3% rise from last year. When broken down, the top five single...
The equivalent of £1.7m every day
Welcoming Andy Morris as finance director and Shirley Fell as operations director
Two million UK people estimated to have dementia by 2051
How can we achieve mental and physical health parity at work?