Things To Consider
Each traveler and trip is unique, and we want to do all we can to help you find the travel protection plan that fits your needs. Consider the following points as you compare plans.
1. Limits to trip duration – Double check each policy to see how many consecutive travel days you’ll be covered for. Depending on your policy, if you go over that limit you risk not having coverage for those extra days – or worse, invalidating your policy.
2. Limits on claims – Be sure you know exactly how much coverage you have and what it’s for. The last thing you want is to be stuck with a doctors bill or loss of personal items only to find out that you don’t have the appropriate coverage for reimbursement.
3. Getting you home – Emergency medical evacuation and repatriation of remains are gloomy to think about but in the event their needed they can save a life or save a loved one a lot of time and money.
4.Pre-existing conditions – Check your policy options and find out what the exclusions are for pre-existing conditions. If you’re treated for an illness or injury on a regular basis you’ll want to take that into special consideration before purchasing a policy.
5.Trip delay – Coverage for things like trip delay seem excessive, that is until you need it. If your flight is delayed, trip delay coverage can save you money, hassle, and crick in your neck from sleeping on the floor.
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