Protecting people: what AIG can offer your employers
We understand that you value and care for your employees. We care too. That’s why we can help you offer your employees more than just financial assistance. If you have two employees or more, you can provide them with group life, critical illness or income protection through choosing our insurance policies. In the event you need to claim, our team are here to help and support you and your employee through the process.
Why insure with AIG
Our cover is cost-effective and covers the most serious situations your employees might face.
We strive to make insurance as simple as possible. That’s why we have easy-to-use online systems and automated processes so you don’t have to worry about any step of the process. We’re on hand to offer support if you need us.
Because we’re AIG Life Limited (the UK life insurance arm of AIG, a leading international insurer), we also have the financial strength and security to pay claims - and pay them quickly.
Our products provide a range of cover options to suit your needs and budget, with added value services included in the products we offer.
How it works
You and your financial adviser will work together to identify the benefits that you want to provide your employees. You adviser can then contact us to arrange the insurance.
Don’t worry if you don’t have a financial adviser. Simply head to www.unbiased.co.uk and they can help find an adviser local to you.
All of our documentation is provided electronically as downloadable PDFs. If you would like us to provide paper copies of any documents, please contact us via email@example.com and we will arrange this for you.
Once your adviser has set up your policy, employee membership data will need to be provided to us, so we can ensure your premium is always accurate and up to date.
We’ll contact you when we need updated data with all the instructions you’ll need.
You’ll normally be required to provide data to us quarterly, but sometimes this can be done annually. We’ll recalculate the premium each time to reflect any leavers, joiners or changes in benefit.
Once this has been provided, you’ll get an invoice and premium breakdown. You’ll be asked to register online to access your documents as they are saved in our secure website.
Premiums are normally collected by Direct Debit, but your adviser will explain the options available to you.
If you have any questions about policy administration, please speak to your adviser in the first instance, or
Call our team on 0330 303 9972
So that your employees can really see the value in the benefits you’re offering, it’s important that you inform them about the cover they have and how it works.
If you’d like a hand with how to do that, click on the relevant resource below.
A serious injury, illness or even death may be rare, but our team are here to support employers through that process. That’s why our processes are designed to handle claims quickly, with care, sensitivity and compassion.
Once we have the information we need, we will assess the claim as quickly as possible.
You can contact our claims team for more information:
Call: 0330 303 9973
You’ll find more information about the claims process below.
Literature and support materials
Group Life Insurance
Our most popular group protection product, it provides financial assistance to your employees’ families in the event of death.
Group Critical Illness Cover
This supports your employees should they suffer from one of our critical illnesses covered.
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