What documents do I need to submit for an IP claim?

2 min. readlast update: 11.21.2023

Submitting an Income Protection (IP) insurance claim requires specific documentation to ensure a smooth and efficient processing experience. Here's a breakdown of the typical documents you'll need:

Core Documents

  • Medical Reports: Comprehensive medical documentation detailing the nature and extent of your illness or injury. This often includes diagnosis, treatment plans, and prognosis.
  • Employment Verification: Proof of employment, such as recent payslips or an employment contract, to validate your income and employment status when the health issue arose.
  • Claim Form: A completed claim form provided by your insurer, filled out with accurate and up-to-date information.
  • Identification: Valid ID documents like a passport or driver's license to confirm your identity.

Additional Documents (if applicable)

  • Specialist Reports: If you've consulted with specialists, their reports can provide deeper insights into your medical condition.
  • Previous Medical History: Any relevant past medical records that can offer context to your current health situation.

Guidance with Claimfinder

Gathering and submitting the correct documents for an IP claim can be intricate. Claimfinder is here to ease this journey. Connecting you with seasoned experts ensures you're well-equipped to navigate the documentation process. Don't hesitate to contact us for a seamless claim experience and expert insights. 

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