L&G refuses to pay critical child claim

June 2002
Money Marketing;6/6/2002, p68
Reports that Legal & General is refusing to pay a critical-illness claim for a child diagnosed with bacterial meningitis in March 2001 despite stating the condition was covered on its key features document. Background on the case; Comments from Legal & General spokesman Peter Timberlake about the issue.


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