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Claiming on your Income Protection policy is easy. Please take a few moments to find out how best to get in touch and how the process works.
How to get in touch
It’s best to call us to get your claim started. This way we can make sure we’ve got all we need to get to work straight away.
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Our claims and rehabilitation team
We offer more than just financial help. Our team of specialists gives you practical advice and support to get you back to work.
Rehabilitation case managers (RCMs)
Our RCMs are trained in counselling and vocational rehabilitation, giving practical advice and emotional support when you need it most. Working with our consultants and clinicians they’ll get you the treatment and support services you need to help your recovery.
Working with your case manager to work out your best treatment options our team of clinicians including doctors, mental health nurses, specialist physiotherapists, occupational therapists, occupational health advisers and nurse specialists in mental health, cardiology, oncology, orthopaedics, rheumatology, midwifery and women’s health.
Vocational rehabilitation consultants (VRCs)
Our consultants get a detailed understanding of the support and services you need by visiting your home or workplace. All our consultants have a Certified Disability Management Professional (CDMP) certificate accredited by the National Institute of Disability Management and Research.
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