Travel Guide Buying Travel Insurance
Buying travel insurance can seem a little daunting but it's a must-do for any trip and a small price to pay for piece of mind. To break it down, most travel insurance policies (especially in the US), fall into three categories: bundled travel insurance policies, custom travel insurance policies and flexible travel insurance policies.
It is worth mentioning that if you have home or life insurance, you may already be covered for your trip, so it is worth contacting them and find out exactly what your policy covers for the trip.
If you'd like to find out more about travel insurance and where you can find good insurance for travellers at affordable prices, click here to see our World Nomads offers.
Help contribute to this article to share the ad revenue.
Ask Jon D a question about Buying Travel Insurance
Have travelled extensively throughout Europe and the third world and bought and claimed on many different policies from cheapest to mostexpensive with different insurers for many different trips. I have also worked in the insurance industry and now as an insurance litigation lawyer, I specialise in claims. Basically, I know who will treat you decently and who will leave you up the proverbial creek without a paddle.
I have done the analysis of prices, levels of cover, likelihood of claims payouts, benefits and I'm happy to help with answer any queries and/or make a reccomendation.
This is version 5. Last edited at 4:51 on Dec 14, 11 by katekendall. No articles link to this page.
Except where otherwise noted, content of this article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License