Travel Weekly, Feb 15 2019 – Insurers could amend coverage if shutdowns persist

Travel insurers received a number of inquiries last month from people concerned about the impact of the government shutdown on their travel plans, both from travelers worried about airport-related delays and from federal employees seeking to cancel or postpone a trip. The volume led some to predict that insurers will look to incorporate coverage for […]

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Forbes, Feb 1 2019 – Best Travel Tips and Vacation Spots for 2019

Scrutinize a travel insurance policy before you buy it. Travalliance’s Murphy said it’s essential to read the fine print so you’re not unpleasantly surprised that the policy doesn’t cover what you expected. “It ought to have trip interruption insurance to cover you for prepaid items if you don’t fulfill the trip. Be sure it picks […]

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Forbes, Jan 29 2019 – These Are The Most Common Travel Insurance Mistakes

These are the most common travel insurance mistakes As a consumer advocate, I deal with travel insurance claims — especially denied travel insurance claims — on an almost daily basis. Travel insurance companies with great customer service reputations handle their claims quickly and fairly. Others — not so much. It’s the perfect time to think […]

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Forbes, Jan 20 2019 – Where to buy the best travel insurance for your next trip

No matter where you buy travel insurance for your next trip, you’ll want to give the subject some serious thought pre-departure. “But before you buy travel insurance, do some digging,” advises Kimberlee Leonard, an insurance analyst for FitSmallBusiness.com, a personal finance website. Be sure that you know what kind of coverage you need and that […]

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