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Here are some excellent reasons to buy trip insurance:
1. Lost luggage
Most lost luggage takes five days to return to its owner. If your luggage is lost, stolen or damaged, it could get expensive to replace all the contents, including clothes, electronic devices and medication. Travel insurance could help cover much of the cost of these items.
2. Someone gets sick or hurt
This might be the most common cause of ruined vacations. If you or a travel companion were to get sick right before your planned trip and you have to cancel, you could lose the full cost of the trip. If a medical emergency pops up during your trip and you need to come home early, in many cases there may be no reimbursement available. That’s where travel insurance could come in handy.
3. Foreign hospitals
Your health insurance often doesn't apply in foreign countries, so you could get stuck paying for an entire hospital stay – unless you have the right travel coverage.
4. Emergency airlifts
If you need to be flown to a hospital or evacuated from a danger zone, helicopter transport could cost you thousands of dollars. Travel insurance may cover these types of costs.
5. Loss of a friend or family member
Say someone really close to you passes away just before your departure date. With trip cancellation coverage, you may be able to cancel or postpone your vacation in the event of a tragedy.
6. Trip cancellation
You need to cancel your trip due to an unforeseen circumstance. Or, you need to fly home immediately and cancel the rest of your trip. The airline may charge you for your flight changes..even for an emergency. Or the company you purchased your trip from may not offer refunds. Travel insurance may help reimburse you those fees.
7. Natural disasters and others incidents
In the event of a natural disaster, airline strike or act of terrorism, airlines will not refund the cost of your ticket. When a hurricane or winter storm closes the airport for days keeping you from reaching the resort you’re heading to, you could lose the cost of airfare, side trips and even what you’ve paid for the resort. Buying your travel insurance policy when you book your trip may help you get reimbursed for these costs.
8. Job loss or schedule change
Even though your trip has been on the work schedule for weeks, what if your back-up leaves the company or you're offered a new job that starts immediately? Travel insurance may be able to help if you have a cancel for a work-related reason.
If you’re planning a trip, now is the time to start thinking seriously about buying travel insurance.
9. Lost or forgotten medication
Travel insurance will assist you in locating a pharmacy to purchase a new prescription.
10. Airline or travel supplier default
If a cruise line, airline or tour operator ceases operations due to financial hardship or bankruptcy, travel insurance saves travelers from paying for a trip they'll really never get to take.
11. Additional Coverage
Excursion tour operators often require that you purchase travel insurance.
Companies that operate safari’s, cruises, tours to remote locations or harsh weather conditions may require additional medical or accidental coverage.
Check out these companies for additional information or feel free to contact us for more information.