The insurance company confirmed that it would now pay out the full amount to Nathan Ganas’s family.
Momentum buckled after a fierce media onslaught since The Saturday Star broke the story at the weekend. The coverage has resulted in a victory which paves the way for a huge policy shift in the insurance industry.
The insurance company had for two years declined to pay the family because Ganas had allegedly not disclosed that he had high blood sugar levels.
Now Momentum has agreed to pay his family and other families who might have been affected by the non-disclosure clause.