Can I cancel my trip if I don’t want to travel in bad weather?Read More
Fear of traveling during bad weather is not a covered reason to cancel a trip on a standard travel insurance policy.
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.
Can I still buy travel insurance for Hurricane Matthew?Read More
No, travel insurance is no longer available with coverage for Hurricane Matthew.
What if my flight or cruise is delayed or canceled due to a hurricane?Read More
Travel insurance can cover many of your lost or additional expenses due to a cruise or flight delay or cancellation because of a hurricane.
What if I want to cancel my vacation because of a hurricane?Read More
You may be covered to cancel or interrupt your trip if your policy includes hurricane coverage and you meet the policy’s requirements.
What if the Northeast Blizzard delays my return home?Read More
Travelers who purchase their policy before January 26, 2015, may be eligible for travel insurance benefits if their trip is affected by the storm. For travelers who are unable to return home due to closed airports and cancelled flights, policy coverage may automatically extend.
My travel arrangements have been cancelled because of the Northeast Blizzard, how do I make a claim?Read More
Squaremouth recommends contacting your travel insurance provider as soon as your travel arrangements are cancelled, or the length of your flight delay meets your Trip Cancellation requirements. Your provider may request specific documentation proving your flight was cancelled, or delayed for an extended period of time, as well as documentation proving you didn’t accept any other vouchers from the airlines.
Is a blizzard considered a Natural Disaster?Read More
By most definitions, the Northeast Blizzard is considered a Natural Disaster.
What do I do if I have a policy?Read More
If you have purchased a policy prior to January 26th, 2015 we recommend reviewing your policy certificate to see what coverage may be available for the Northeast blizzard.
How can I use my existing policy for the Northeast blizzard?Read More
Travelers who have purchased a policy prior to the blizzard becoming a known event may have coverage for benefits, including (but not limited to): Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption and Travel Delay.