Zurich pays £103.6m in protection claims during H1

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Zurich pays £103.6m in protection claims during H1

Zurich paid out £103.6m in life, criticaillness and income protection claims during the first half of 2016, benefitting over 1250 customers and their families.

Zurich paid out £103.6m in life, criticaillness and income protection claims during the first half of 2016, benefitting over 1250 customers and their families. Critical illness During H1, over £30.6m was paid out to 380 customers with critical illness cover. Breast cancer was the most common reason accounting for one in five claims (20%), followed by heart attack 17%, stroke 8% and bowel cancer 7%. Nine claims were paid for child critical illness cases, an added and invaluable benefit...

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