The death of a colleague can be a devastating experience. It’s important to be confident that the company providing your Group Life policy can not only supply affordable, efficient cover that pays claims promptly, but also support your employees’ families if the worst happens. These are competitive times. We take pride in proposing an affordable solution for Group Life cover that can provide immense added value to your employees’ familes at the time they need it most:
If there’s anything that you’d like us to explain in more detail, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Aviva Health UK is part of the Aviva Group, which is the world’s sixth largest insurance company and the UK’s largest insurance services provider. This means that you can rely on our size and strength to be there for you and your employees, wherever you are, when you need us most.
We think it’s our people that set us apart from other providers. At such an emotionally charged time, the last thing anyone wants is to be dealing with claim paperwork – so we’ll do as much as we can, to help you complete it. In an SME like yours, the effects of premature death could reach far and wide across the business. So we make sure that our people – the right people – are on hand to help.
We also mention that we have a wealth of experience in the Group Risk market. We think that experience is invaluable. We’ve learned that it’s as important to provide practical and emotional support, as it is to pay a claim promptly. And financial strength is a factor, across all of our Group Risk products: it’s our size that gives us the strength to deliver an extensive range of value-for-money products.
Group Life cover provides high quality, vital support when it’s needed most. You can rely on our employees to deliver those levels of support to yours. Find out more about the difference our Group life cover could make to your employees … and to your business. Call us on 0845 300 4452. We’re happy to help.
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