An estimated £2.75bn
Survey of 1000 children aged six to 10
23 local community projects
Story of Max Brett gets coverage in The Times, Daily Mail and on ITV's Lorraine show
Insurers have competed to improve payment conditions, ages covered and specific conditions for children over the years
Why children's critical illness cover is essential
Nearly 80 enhancements to make CIC 'more than just a product'
Simplifications for heart attack, stroke and cancer (and more) with exclusions removed
Consolidation of "market-leading" position with better quality of choice and by mirroring Aviva's two-pronged approach to children's cover
"Any upgrade is welcome if the result is more claims paid," says CIExpert's Alan Lakey
A new paid for option available to parents needing more coverage plus added benefits at no extra cost launched on Sunday
Customers will be able to choose between 'no cover', 'standard cover' and 'enhanced cover' for children within CIC, which can now include 12 additional child-specific conditions.
When there are children in a family, writes Steve Berry, it is especially important to think not just 'What if something happened to me?' but 'What if something happened to them?'
Aegon is reminding parents to check their critical illness (CI) policies and has shared information for child CI claims since 2007 in recognition of childhood cancer awareness month.
Alan Lakey discusses why advisers should pay closer attention to the differences in children's cover offered by insurers