L&G paid out almost £300m for group protection in 2018

Rehabilitation services

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Legal & General has revealed that it paid a total of £292m in group protection claims in 2018.

Through its group income protection (GIP) policies, the insurer was able to help 631 employees return to work within the deferred period, with a further 269 employees returning to work outside the deferred period with the support of early intervention services. Following the ongoing trend in motion since 1999, mental health issues were once again the main reason for new GIP claims in 2018 (25%). In 2018, L&G facilitated almost 3,200 sessions for claimants suffering from physical and mental health conditions to its physiotherapy and psychological provider partners. Rehabilitation ...

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