Frequently asked questions
We have compiled a list of questions and answers regarding the free health insurance for SULF’s members.
Compensation can be paid after three months if your capacity for work is reduced by 25 per cent or more. Compensation is paid for a maximum of two months and provides up to SEK 2,100 per month in the event of total incapacity for work. The qualifying period is 90 days.
All working members who are entitled to receive sickness benefit are covered by the insurance.
The insurance applies to new sick leave periods that begin on or after 1 January 2023.
Absolutely. By logging in to the My Pages section of the Familjens Jurist website, you can activate your Legal Insurance. There you will find digital services covering various legal documents.
No, you should keep your voluntary health insurance. If you are still unable to work after two months, the voluntary health insurance continues to pay compensation for up to 36 months.
You will receive the higher compensation level after 90 days.
No, the health insurance is a membership benefit that is paid for by SULF and it is included automatically in your normal membership fee.
- All working members of SULF have greater financial security in the event of incapacity for work.
- The premium for the voluntary health insurance is lowered for all members.