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All About Trip Interruption Insurance

BY: sarian batesin | Category: Travel | Submitted: 2011-01-15 02:46:05
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Article Summary: "This article discusses the need of Trip Interruption Insurance. Everything has been packed and it is about time for you to go to the airport. Out of the blue, there is a problem and you need to stay home..."

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Bags packed, tickets checked, and just an hour left. You are then notified that there are other things that you suddenly have to attend to. You need not worry for you have been able to buy trip interruption insurance prior to your vacation.

In terms of insurance coverage, consumer should always be familiar of what is included in their plans. The Consumer Reports Travel Letter was able to review nine trip interruptions, also called trip cancellation policies and found that they differ little in price but a lot in coverage. The fine print is very important when it comes to all kinds of contracts, in this case, an insurance plan.

For example, the illness, injury and death clause generally protects you or your heirs against losses caused by personal mishap. When it comes to trip cancellations, any trips that do not push through because of a pre-existing medical condition will not be reimbursed in any way. If you buy a policy and your medication for a pre-existing medical condition has only been fairly recent, within a 60 day window, you will not receive any benefits if something happens. There are times when insurance companies will not cover you for an existing condition if you got treatment only within 180 days before purchasing the policy.

Insurance companies do not want to cover people who do not take care of themselves. Claims need proof of you getting the medication that you need to control your condition. By involving yourself in perilous activities, you are forfeiting any benefits for injuries from your insurance plan.

Avoid buying insurance from travel providers because if they go out of business, you get nothing. Travel providers that are about to go down do this and this is fraudulent. This is where you should only resort to an insurance company's services.

Such a policy will provide you with assistance all throughout your vacation. Coverage like this one may or may not have a cut-off date. Go for a plan which can be extended.

Here is where the insurance premium is priced equally among providers. Overbuying doesn't pay. If you need insurance, do not get coverage exceeding the value of your trip. In this case, a single policy will do.

Actually, you can get a lot of benefits from the accidental death and dismemberment coverage provided by most policies. You will never get value for your money when it comes to flight insurance. It will be best if you got a year's worth of accident insurance. You should know that you will have fewer risks when it comes to accidents happening when you are away on vacation. When you travel, check your homeowner's or renter's insurance policy because you might already have the coverage that you will need.

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