New critical illness approach has grouped more than 20 conditions into four broad headings
AIG Life has today claimed it has officially checked out of the critical illness (CI) ‘conditions race', with the unveiling of its latest CI policy revamp. In addition to moving towards umbrella headings seen elsewhere in the market, AIG Life has grouped more than 20 conditions under four broad headings. These groups focus on specific surgeries or the impact on daily life for customers, not the name of the illness. If the impact is the same, the customer will be covered - whatever the name of...
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