Why Get Travel Insurance?
Booking travel always carries some degree of uncertainty. Travel insurance provides a safety net so you can step out with confidence. You may not need travel insurance for inexpensive trips, but it can provide a sense of security when you prepay for pricey reservations or a big international trip.
More Americans are buying trip insurance. Around 65.8 million people were covered by some type of travel policy in 2018, a 49% increase from 2016, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Travel Insurance Association. View Related articles
What to know in terms of coverage when getting Travel Insurance?
Depending on the travel insurance policy you get will you the answer to that question. However, in general, travel insurance will cover losses associated with:
- - Cancelled flight due to bad weather
- - Lost passport
- - Lost baggage
- - Nonrefundable trip deposits
- - Delayed travel
- - Medical evacuation
- - Policyholders or companions becoming sick or injured
DO I NEED TRAVEL INSURANCE?
You finally get a break from office stress and are setting off on the perfect vacation. The weather is perfect. Flight's on time. But then your baggage goes missing. And to make matters not any better, all your travelers' cheques were in your suitcase. What do you do?
The top questions people ask us
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