Data from each insurer
Nine in 10 do not have income protection
Legal & General has updated its critical illness product by partnering with RedArc to introduce six additional support services for its customers.
The Income Protection Task Force (IPTF) has said it is "delighted" by the recent publication of income protection (IP) claims statistics by insurance companies, and argued the move would boost consumer confidence in the market.
LV= has announced it paid 91% of income protection (IP) and 88% of critical illness (CI) claims in 2011.
Bright Grey has added to its simplified products offering with the launch of its Lifestyle Plus plan.
Ageas has questioned whether the impending move to gender neutral pricing will result in women falling further behind men in their willingness to protect themselves.