Friday February 21, 2020

Cancer claims up as Irish Life pays €299m

17th February, 2019

Irish Life paid out an average of €5.75 million a week last year to customers affected by illness and death.

In its annual report, the company paid out €299 million to customers and their families affected by injury, illness or death during 2018.

The report shows the number of cancer claims is increasing. There were 11 per cent more cancer-related life insurance and specified illness claims in 2018 compared to 2017. Cancer was the main cause...

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