Lifesearch 'can't see downside' to SAR's


Lifesearch has applauded Legal & General's use of subject access requests (SARs) to obtain extra medical data and said it is seeing positive results for clients.

The advice firm has revealed that turnaround times for its L&G clients have been dropping and suggested that other insurers have been overly critical. Legal & General is so far the only provider...

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