L&G defends use of SARs for medical evidence

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L&G has given the use of Subject Access Requests (SARs) a ringing endorsement and said they produce much better results than other methods of obtaining medical information.

The insurer sought to calm fears that it would lead to customers suffering detrimental underwriting due to extra medical evidence being released and said there had been little resistance from doctors....

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