AIG Life CI payout helps infant hear for first time

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"There's always this big fear that insurance companies won't ever pay out and they just take your money," Max's dad, Ian
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"There's always this big fear that insurance companies won't ever pay out and they just take your money," Max's dad, Ian

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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