Wall Street Journal, June 30th 2012 – Find Care on Vacation

…Some group health plans may cover a medical evacuation, says Susan Pisano, spokeswoman for America’s Health Insurance Plans, a trade group in Washington. One option is to buy travel insurance, which typically runs 5% to 7% of your trip’s total cost. Travel insurance for medical needs is usually offered as part of a package including […]

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CBS This Morning, June 15th 2012 – Travel insurance: Everything you need to know

(CBS News) From grounded cruise ships, to airline bankruptcies and mergers, to a hurricane season that’s starting early – travel isn’t always smooth sailing. “A very good shopping opportunity…Squaremouth.com… interrupts the language of the [travel insurance] policies to help you out.” See the full video from CBS This Morning: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57453909/travel-insurance-everything-you-need-to-know/?tag=mncol;lst;1

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Travel + Leisure, February 15th 2012 – Sea Sick: T+L Takes on the Norovirus

One way to hedge against such complications is travel insurance. After years of fielding letters from travelers whose plans were derailed by illness and accidents, I highly recommend buying travel insurance any time you’ve got more money paid for a trip than you want to give up. Sites such as Squaremouth.com, InsureMyTrip.com and Quotewright.com sells package policies that will reimburse you […]

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Wall Street Journal, June 1st 2012 – A Student-Travel Cheat Sheet

Health insurance. Many U.S. health plans offer little or no coverage when you are outside the U.S. or may impose time limits on coverage, so most formal study-abroad programs include a health plan. If your time abroad is more open-ended, you might need to purchase travel insurance or international medical coverage, which generally costs a young […]

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Washington Post, May 18th 2012 – Travel insurance FAQ: Buying a policy, filing claims and more

Where can I buy insurance? You can also buy through a travel agent or a third-party Web site such as Squaremouth, Travel Insurance Review, TripInsuranceStore.comand InsureMyTrip.com. Those sites also make it easy to compare policies. See the full article from the Washington Post at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/travel/travel-insurance-faq-buying-a-policy-filing-claims-and-more/2012/05/17/gIQAn2XSYU_story.html

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USA Today Travel, April 23rd 2012 – How to Look for Inexpensive Travel Insurance

Use a travel insurance cost comparison website. Sites such as tripinsurance.com, quotewright.com and squaremouth.com let you compare various travel insurance plans based on the type of travel, how much coverage you want and the types of emergencies the insurance will cover. See the full article from USA Today Travel at: http://traveltips.usatoday.com/look-inexpensive-travel-insurance-103522.html

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Fox News, April 13th 2012 – Nothing ‘Square’ About These Offices

ST. PETERSBURG – One of America’s fastest growing travel insurance companies is headquartered in St. Petersburg. It’s called Squaremouth. And, if you think their name is unusual, you should see their offices. Truth be told, there are no offices at the headquarters. Most of the walls are made of glass, allowing everyone to see everyone […]

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