AMII applauds insurers’ attitude to private medical insurance claims
The Association of Medical Insurance Intermediaries welcomes the results of the Financial Ombudsman Service’s complaints statistics. In the first three months of this year less than 50 complaints about private medical insurance were upheld.
Andrew Tripp of the AMII says, “The figures show that insurers have worked really hard to resolve issues that arise, and over recent years there has been a consistent downward trend on the number of complaints being referred to the FOS. The number of complaints being upheld by the FOS is miniscule compared to other areas of protection.”
Private medical insurance news: 9 August 2011