Waiver of premium: Managing disability in group life

Carducci, Gerald E.; Wille, Richard H.
October 1998
National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;10/19/98, Vol. 102 Issue 42, p17
Discusses issues related to waiver of premium and significant cost impacts to insurers when claims and/or supporting processes are not well managed in group life programs. Responsibilities of life insurers; Eligibility requirements; Availability of self-funding; Benefits of telephone interviews when investigating waiver claims; Information requirements.


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