Last Updated: 06/03/17

On Saturday, June 3, 2017, British police responded to two attacks, one on the London Bridge and another in the nearby Borough Market area.

The London Bridge and Borough Market Attacks and Travel Insurance Information Center explains coverage related to the attacks. This database is regularly updated by Squaremouth’s travel insurance experts with answers to frequently asked questions, official provider position statements, travel alerts and notices, and other information as the situation develops. Information is subject to change at any time.

Questions? Squaremouth’s travel insurance experts are on hand to answer your questions about coverage for the London attacks. We are available from 8am to 10pm ET daily by chat and by phone at 1-800-240-0369.

If you are currently in London and affected by this incident, contact your provider's 24-Hour Emergency Assistance for help.

As of June 3, 2017, the London attacks are no longer considered unforeseen events. Any new travel insurance policies purchased after that point will not provide any coverage related to these attacks.

Please contact customer service for more information. We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by chat and by phone at 1-800-240-0369.

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