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FAQs

  • Are domestic terrorist attacks covered by travel insurance?

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  • Can I still buy travel insurance for my trip to New York?

    Yes, you can still buy travel insurance for your upcoming trip to New York, but no policies purchased on or after September 17 will include coverage for the bombings on that date.

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  • Can I cancel my upcoming trip because of the NYC bombing?

    As of September 19, the NYC bombing has not been declared terrorism by the State Department and therefore may not trigger cancellation coverage. However, if the event is determined to meet your policy’s definition of “terrorism,” you may be covered to cancel your trip if you meet the requirements for Terrorism coverage.

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  • Can I cancel my trip because I’m worried about terrorism?

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    An increased risk of terrorism, or fear that a terrorist attack will occur because of the recent bombing in New York, is not a covered reason to cancel your trip with standard travel insurance.

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  • Does the NYC bombing qualify for terrorism coverage?

    As of September 19, the NYC bombing has not been declared an act of terrorism by the U.S. Department of State, and therefore, it may not qualify for Terrorism coverage on most policies.

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  • Will Cancel For Any Reason let me cancel because I’m afraid to travel?

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  • What travel insurance will allow me to cancel if I’m afraid a terrorist attack may occur?

    Only a policy that includes the Cancel For Any Reason upgrade will cover you to cancel due to fear of a potential terrorist attack.

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