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

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Legal & General paid out £292m in group income protection claims in 2018

Legal & General paid out £292m in group income protection claims in 2018

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...

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