Travel: Floridians currently traveling should reach out to their travel insurance provider, if they bought a policy for their trip. The “trip interruption” portion could kick in for policyholders who need to cut short their travels due to the hurricane damaging property, said Megan Moncrief, project management director for insurance marketplace Squaremouth.
“They could actually be covered to return home,” she said — including the cost of a new flight and reimbursement for hotel nights and other prepaid expenses left unused as a result of the shortened trip. Call your insurer to confirm the policy details.
Read the full CNBC article online here: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/11/navigating-insurance-claims-post-hurricane-irma.html