Reimbursement for loss of pre-paid, non-refundable payments.
Transportation to or between hospitals as needed.
Reimbursement of food and lodging expenses due to delay in travel.
Pays sum for lost or delayed luggage by airline.
Covers cost of treatment for sickness or injury during your vacation.
Covers hospital medical expenses for sickness or accidents during travel.
Covers Doctor visits in case of sudden injury or sickness.
Expenses from Doctor prescribed eligible pharmacy drugs.
Some plans cover acute onset of pre-existing conditions.
Medical evacuation expenses to nearest facility if needed.
Repatriation of remains expenses to home country in case of death.
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Travel insurance from credit cards is usually limited to coverage for car rental damage, flight accidents or for accidental death while you are traveling. Also, this protection is in effect only when you pay for travel with that particular credit card.
Most credit cards do not offer any coverage for travel medical expenses, evacuation costs, or trip cancellation expenses.
International Travel Medical Insurance provides health insurance coverage for travelers outside their home country. This coverage includes emergency medical expenses, emergency medical evacuation, repatriation, return of dependent children, bedside lodging, accidental death, cost of return flight, and more.
While the regular domestic private insurance or government sponsored health insurance programs may offer comprehensive coverage in your home country, few are designed for international travelers or expatriates. Even programs that cover international travel often provide limited benefits that do not normally cover medically supervised emergency evacuation, emergency reunion, or repatriation
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Yes, you can do this as long as you complete application online.
For Travel Medical, Multi-Trip Medical and Medical Evacuation Policies, coverage begins at 12:01AM the day of your departure. If purchased on, or after your departure date, coverage begins at 12:01AM the following day. For Flight Accident Policies, coverage becomes effective the day of your departure upon boarding your flight.
Yes, all of our policies can be used by people making their own travel arrangements. The policies will cover the pre-paid, non-refundable travel arrangements that you have made.
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