An indigenous life insurance underwriter, StarLife Assurance, has paid GH¢11,678.83 to the family of Regina Atsu, a nurse at the Comboni Hospital at Sogakope who died after a short illness.
The claim was paid to her family as benefit for the life insurance policy she held with the company.
She signed onto the company’s WealthMaster Plan, HomeCall Plan and Child Lifeline Plan; which are all insurance polices run by StarLife.
Receiving the cheque, the family members praised StarLife for the quick payment of the claim and promised to invest the money in Madam Regina’s children’s education.
The Head of Sales and Branch Operations, Mr Peter Kyei Nimoh, indicated that “the security of our families can only be assured when we sign onto life insurance policies because it guarantees certainty and absolute peace of mind”.
The senior manager in charge of Business Development, Mr Iddrisu Nashiru, reiterated StarLife’s commitment to prompt settlement of valid claims and reassured the staff of Comboni Clinic, existing and prospective clients and the general public that StarLife would fulfil its promise of providing need-based life assurance solutions.
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