Best practice guidelines for the prioritisation of vulnerable customers

Following the Canterbury earthquakes, the Human Rights Commission surveyed New Zealand insurers (state and private) in order to understand how the industry was responding to the insurance claims of vulnerable customers.  
 
These guidelines have been developed to help insurers and other businesses and social sector agencies, to prioritise vulnerable customers.

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