Aviva pays out over £63m to CIC breast cancer claimants

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John Brazier
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Aviva pays out over £63m to CIC breast cancer claimants

Aviva has detailed the extent of claims for Breast Cancer across its critical illness and income protection policies.

The insurer stated that it paid out 63,464,230 to critical illness customers with breast cancer, with an average payment of more than £77,000, during 2020. In addition, it paid out an annual insured benefit of £1,370,939 to individual income protection customers with breast cancer, with an average payment of more than £20,000 annual benefit, last year. Aviva stated that Breast Cancer was "by far" the most common reason for critical illness claims among women, as 42% of all individual critical...

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