The Travel Accident Plan offers Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage while you are traveling. This plan offers Accidental Death - 24/7 coverage as well as Accidental Death - Common Carrier and Accidental Death - Flight. You are able to choose beneficiaries that will receive the benefits of this plan in the event that the worst were to happen. You are able to choose from several coverage limits, ranging from $100,000 to $1,000,000, and select the amount that you are most comfortable with. There are other coverages included as well such as Political and Natural Disaster Evacuation benefit. Also, there are emergency assistance services available in the event you need a medical referral or travel assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
There are optional coverage for Emergency Medical Evacuation and also War Risk. The War Risk rider is required for travel to Area 1 countries (which are listed in the policy) and will automatically be added to the plan. If you will be traveling to an Area 2 country, the War Risk rider will not automatically be added to your plan, but it is highly recommended that you do purchase the option. Area 3 countries are low risk, and it is your choice if you want to ad War Risk coverage, but it is recommended. For more information, see the list of Area 1, 2 and 3 countries. War Risk coverage is not available inside the U.S. or your home country.
The plan information below is nonspecific. To see actual amounts and to check plan availability, get a quote.
Coverage amounts are per person, unless otherwise noted.
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Good coverage and low premium.cecilia B.
The insurance gave me peace of mind during travel. I felt secure knowing that in the event of a serious accident, I had financial security.Robert L.
I wonder if the price can be cheaper. I know it's a good rate comparably speaking with others, but if pro-rated it still costs over $2600 per year for my insurance.John T.
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