Renewable up to 364 days
Renewable Policies can be extended during a trip, for periods of 6-36 months, depending on the policy.
Extension of Coverage.
Coverage may be continued if the initial Period of Coverage is less than the Maximum Period of Coverage. If You elect to extend Your Trip beyond the initial Period of Coverage, You may extend the applicable Period of Coverage by a minimum of five (5) days and up to three hundred sixty‐ four (364) days at a time provided that the total Period of Coverage may not exceed the Maximum Period of Coverage. Upon such extension and receipt of the appropriate Plan premium and applicable fee charged for each extension, the original Certificate’s Expiration Date of Coverage will be extended to the new Expiration Date of Coverage.
Expiration Date of Coverage. For Liaison® Travel Economy and Liaison® Travel Choice Plans, the original Effective Date of Coverage will be used to calculate Your Deductible and Coinsurance; to determine whether maximum coverage amounts as set forth in the Schedule of Benefits have been obtained; and to determine any Pre-Existing Conditions. For Liaison® Travel Elite Plans, a new Deductible and new Coinsurance will apply beginning the 365th day and beginning again on the 729th day, if applicable, during the Period of Coverage, but the original, beginning Effective Date of Coverage (day 1) will continue to be used to determine whether maximum coverage amounts as set forth in the Schedule of Benefits have been
obtained and to determine any Pre-Existing Conditions.
Extensions, if offered by the Company, will be subject to the definitions, benefits, and conditions in force at the time of each renewal.