The insurer has responded to the Independent Inquiry of Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) that slammed Ecclesiastical for not providing complete evidence
Ecclesiastical said that it was committed to its claims handling processes improving the continual improvement of its Guiding Principles for the wellbeing of victims and survivors.
This includes working with the Association of Child Abuse Lawyers, child protection charity The Lucy Faithfull Foundation and psychological rehabilitation specialists Moving Minds to ensure claimants can receive the support and counselling they need.
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