Last Updated: 06/16/16

On Sunday, June 12, 2016, a mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, left 50 dead and more than 50 people wounded.

In his remarks following the attack, President Barack Obama declared the shooting “an act of terror” and stated it was being investigated as terrorism.

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Policies must have been in place before June 12, 2016, to be eligible for coverage related to the attack.

Many travel insurance policies include Terrorism coverage for both domestic and foreign terrorist attacks. Requirements to cancel due to a terrorist event vary by policy.

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FAQs

  • Can I cancel my trip to Orlando because of the shooting?

    You may be covered to cancel your trip to Orlando due to the June 12 terrorist attack if your travel insurance policy includes Terrorism coverage.

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  • Does travel insurance cover domestic terrorist attacks?

    Most travel insurance policies with Terrorism coverage will cover both foreign and domestic terrorist attacks.

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

    You can still purchase a travel insurance policy for travel to Orlando.

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  • What if I’m afraid to travel after the Orlando terrorist attack?

    Standard travel insurance does not provide coverage to cancel your trip out of fear of traveling or fear of a potential terrorist attack.

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