December 11, 2017

trip cancellation coverage

Depending on the policy you take, there may be multiple reasons for canceling your trip. These covered reasons vary according to the plan you purchase, but here are some examples which can cover trip cancellation claims:

• A terrorist event happens at your destination within 30 days of the day you’re scheduled to arrive.
• The insured traveler, traveling companion or a family member suffers a serious covered illness or injury.
• The insured traveler, traveling companion or a family member dies.
• You or a traveling companion are terminated/laid off from your job through no fault of your own, after your effective date of coverage, after working there at least 12 continuous months.
• Your airline, cruise line or other carrier ceases services for at least 24 consecutive hours due to a strike, natural disaster, bad weather or FAA-mandated shutdown.
• You need to attend an immediate family member’s birth (the pregnancy must have occurred after the effective date of coverage.)
• Your destination is rendered uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.
• You or a traveling companion is in a traffic accident on the way to your point of departure, and you or the traveling companion need medical attention or the car needs to be repaired because it’s not safe to drive.
• A natural disaster renders your home or your destination uninhabitable.
• You or a traveling companion legally separate or divorce after your insurance effective date but before your scheduled departure date.

These are few broad points covered under trip cancellation coverage. However, we strongly recommend you to check the policy details for more clarity.

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