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The Travel Insurance Coverage You May Not Know You Have for Hurricane IrmaRead More
ST. PETERSBURG FL September 8, 2017 — Florida residents are the second most frequent travelers in the U.S., according to sales data from leading travel insurance comparison site, Squaremouth. With Hurricane Irma halting travel and threatening Florida, residents may be unaware of the coverage they have.
When can I buy travel insurance to cover a tropical storm or hurricane?Read More
You can buy travel insurance with coverage for a tropical storm or hurricane up until the day before your departure date, as long as the storm has not been named.
Does a storm have to become a hurricane to be covered by travel insurance?Read More
No, a storm does not need to develop into a hurricane to be covered by the Hurricane & Weather benefit.
Does the Hurricane & Weather benefit cover tropical storms?Read More
Yes, losses related to tropical storms can be covered by the Hurricane & Weather benefit.
Can I still buy travel insurance after a tropical storm or hurricane is named?Read More
While you can still buy a travel insurance policy after a storm is named, the policy will not include coverage for the storm.
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What if my flight or cruise is delayed because of a hurricane?Read More
If your flight or cruise is delayed due to a hurricane, travel insurance can cover additional costs and lost expenses under the Travel Delay and Missed Connection benefits.
Can I still buy a travel insurance policy for hurricane season?Read More
Yes, you can still buy a policy with coverage for hurricane season. However, you cannot buy a policy with coverage for a specific storm once it is named.