Belgian insurer convicted of discrimination over mental health coverage

A Belgian labour court has ruled that insurers’ distinction between mental disorders and physical injuries, and the subsequent payouts, is discriminatory.

Judges in a Mechelen labour court made the ruling based on a case involving a woman suffering from depression who had a collective disability ...

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