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Purchasing travel insurance is an important part of travel planning. With travel insurance plans to meet virtually every budget and travelers’ unique needs, it’s important you know that your travel insurance plan is the correct one to cover your trip investment.
.Insurance can be purchased up to 24 hours prior to trip departure date
A travel insurance plan can cover you for unexpected costs incurred before or during your trip.
So that costs are less likely to come out of your own pocket, a travel insurance plan can reimburse you for the pre‐paid, non‐refundable portions of a trip if you need to cancel or interrupt your trip for a covered reason. A travel insurance plan can also include medical evacuation coverage (the price of which may cost upwards $100,000) 1 and medical expense coverage, plus reimbursement for lost, damaged or stolen luggage and personal effects. Most travel insurance plans also include 24/7 assistance services to re‐book flights and hotels on your behalf and act as a personal travel assistant while you are away from home. As with all travel insurance plans, always carefully read each DOC (description of coverage) to learn the boundaries of your coverage before purchasing the plan. Source
Travel insurance offers travelers coverage for unforeseen problems, from a cancelled flight to a serious illness—or in rare cases, even an act of terrorism or the financial default of a travel supplier.
If an illness, accident, or other covered unforeseen circumstance forces a traveler to cancel or interrupt their travel plans, they face two potentially major financial losses—money invested in nonrefundable pre-payments and medical expenses that in many instances may not be covered by health insurance.
Before purchasing, please have the following information handy:
Personal information for all travelers who will be insured, including dates of birth.
Trip details, including dates of travel, destination, travel companies you will be using, total trip cost and how that cost is broken down per person in your itinerary.
Claims are paid per person up to the amount insured. You should divide the cost of the trip per person according to what each person paid.
If tickets are paid for by one member of your group, that person should be assigned the cost. If a particular trip cost includes all travelers, then that cost can be divided among those members equally.