When John took out income protection insurance he didn’t imagine the significant role it would play in his life.
Like many people, John thought that income protection insurance only covered physical illnesses and that the sole focus of his insurance company would be his return to work.
John was to find out that not only was his depression covered, but that his experience with BT and their life insurance company proved to be a lifeline.
Listen to John’s moving story in the video below.
Depression is a real illness. Health professionals and insurance companies play an important role in raising awareness of this condition in the community and how it can be treated.
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