Story of Max Brett gets coverage in The Times, Daily Mail and on ITV's Lorraine show
A critical illness payout made by AIG Life has helped allow a baby to hear for the first time. The payments were made after Rebecca and Ian Brett took out critical illness cover as a precaution prior to the birth of their son, Max. After he was born with substantial hearing loss in both ears, AIG Life paid out a lump sum of £25,000 which helped cover time off work. The payment allowed The Bretts the time to pursue more radical treatments to improve Max's quality of life. As a result, Max underwent...
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