Are you traveling soon?
You’ve spent countless hours planning the trip of a lifetime. You’ve spared no detail – and no expense.
But, have you tended to a critical aspect of travel planning?
Have you protected your investment with insurance?
An accident or illness could lay all of your planning to waste, not to mention exposing you to crushing medical expenses if your trip is interrupted by sickness or injury.
There are several types of travel insurance, the most common of which are travel medical and trip protection insurance. Each type of plan can be tailored to your needs based on your situation:
- Are you traveling inside the U.S. or abroad?
- How long will you be away?
- Are you a U.S. citizen?
- Are you a frequent traveler?
- Are you a student?
Let us help you select the best plan to meet your needs.
When selecting a plan, please be sure to consult the detailed policy schedule for limitations and exclusions.
Travel Medical Insurance
Travel medical insurance gives you peace of mind while traveling. Coverage can be tailored to your needs to include:
- Coverage for medical expenses while you are away from home.
- Transportation to medical care, if necessary.
- Access to travel assistance 24/7, including help finding a doctor.
Trip Cancellation Insurance
Trip cancellation insurance can be customized to your specific needs and can include coverage for interruptions caused by airline cancellations, flight delays, lost or delayed luggage, and more. Depending on the plan you choose, you can also be covered for medical expenses and emergency medical evacuation.
Other Types of Travel Insurance
Visitor and Immigrant Insurance – designed for non-U.S. citizens visiting or immigrating to the U.S.
Annual/Multi-Trip Travel Coverage – designed to protect you anytime you’re outside your home country.
Student Travel Medical Insurance – coverage for students, faculty, and scholars who travel outside their home country to participate in full-time educational classes, or research.
Worldwide Medical Insurance – covers you no matter where you live.