I had been wanting to go to Australia for a long time and I finally did it. Unfortunately, when I landed in Brisbane, my luggage was not there. It had not made it out of the United States. As you can imagine, this was as stressful situation for me and put a damper on the trip. However, once I got home I started pulling together the necessary information to file the claim. It took me a while to get the whole thing submitted because I had a couple questions and the customer service phone number was listed as being available during my normal work hours. I had lost one of my receipts (I thought I had saved them all but one must have still been in the bag when I threw it away). I was still able to claim this item by using my bank statement. I also mistakenly discarded a lot of re-routing paperwork from when the airline finally got the baggage to me. At the moment, I didn't realize this was necessary (it wasn't a purchase receipt), but I was able to get the airline to send me an email confirming that my luggage had indeed been delayed and that was acceptable. I expected the insurance company to decline my claim out of hand and then I would have to appeal, but it was paid on the first submission. No additional paperwork or information was requested. RoamRight reimbursed me for the full maximum allowed under my policy.
Bobby C. would
recommend this plan to a friend or relative.