Insurance Insights: Travel Insurance
When bad weather or severe illness force travelers to cancel their vacations, travel insurance can provide protection from these (and other) problems that might disrupt their plans. These travel insurance policies, which typically cost five percent of the trip, reimburse travelers’ prepaid, non-refundable trip expenses if they have to cancel or interrupt their trips due to weather events that render their destination sites uninhabitable or other circumstances that force travelers to cancel their vacations. Travel insurance also pays for lost baggage and medical care for those travelers who injure themselves abroad. Emergency travel services are also provided in the event that an ill or injured traveler must be transported to a hospital or back home.
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Quick Tip: According to the U.S. Travel Insurance Association, almost one-quarter of Americans were forced to cancel, delay, or interrupt their travel plans between the spring of 2013 and the fall of 2014.