Seven Corners

Seven Corners was founded in 1993 by a group of insurance professionals who saw a need in the travel insurance market for a focus on customer service. Since that time, Seven Corners has provided innovative and reliable insurance products for travelers around the globe, while working to consistently exceed customers’ needs. The company has its own in-house 24/7 multilingual travel assistance team and maintains a worldwide medical provider network.

We offer the following plans from Seven Corners:

  • RoundTrip (budget-friendly comprehensive trip protection)
  • RoundTrip Choice (comprehensive trip coverage for those who want higher coverage limits and the option of Cancel for Any Reason protection)
  • Liaison International for U.S. visits (travel medical coverage for non-U.S. residents with travel including the U.S.)
  • Liaison International with no U.S. visit (travel medical coverage for anyone traveling outside their home country)

Get a quote to view the plans that are available to you.

RoundTrip

  • Budget Friendly
  • Comprehensive trip cost protection
  • Coverage for pre-existing conditions (if eligible)
  • Optional rental car coverage
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from 561 customers

RoundTrip Choice

  • Higher coverage limits than RoundTrip
  • Optional Cancel for Any Reason (if eligible)
  • Optional rental car coverage
  • Coverage for pre-existing conditions (if eligible)
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Average rating:

from 337 customers

Liaison International (U.S. visit)

  • Travel Medical coverage (includes travel within the U.S.)
  • Multiple medical limits
  • Multiple deductible options
  • Optional hazardous activity rider
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Average rating:

from 23 customers

Liaison International (no U.S. visit)

  • Travel Medical coverage
  • Multiple medical limits
  • Multiple deductible options
  • Optional hazardous activity rider
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Average rating:

from 133 customers

Reviews

Latest Reviews

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Roundtrip Choice
For two people in decent health, even at our ages 56 and 78, I think $410 is too much for 7 days of coverage. That averages to over 57.00 a day. Pretty expensive.
Donald F.
Seven Corners
Roundtrip Choice
I always get travel insurance when we go on a cruise, but primarily for emergency evacuation reasons. In a dozen years, this is the first time I've had to file a claim. Thankfully, it was just for baggage delay since our luggage took over 24 hours to get to us. While on the trip, I called Seven Corners and was assured that my husband and I each had $400 to spend on items that we needed. Since we were on going on a two week cruise, and didn't know if our luggage would make it to us in time, we needed a lot! When I got home, I called Seven Corners and had the very polite service agent walk me through exactly what I needed to fill out on their claim form. The claim form was far from straight forward for someone who was filing for a delay. A couple of weeks later, I received a letter in the mail saying that I didn't complete everything that I needed to fill in on the form. I phoned them to find out exactly what they were looking for since I followed the first agent's instructions to the letter. The not-so polite second agent told me that I needed to list each item with a description (53 items). I wish the agent I initially spoke to had told me that to avoid an over two month time period before getting reimbursed. I'm pleased that I finally got a check, but think the company really needs to change their claim forms to make it clear from the beginning what information they need. Their own representatives weren't even clear on what needed to be submitted.
Rosemary M.
Seven Corners
Roundtrip
I had confidence that the policy would do the job because I purchased it on InsureMyTrip.
DAVID B.
Seven Corners
Roundtrip Choice
Was very happy with the coverage! Unfortunately, I had a hiking mishap in South America and had to use my policy. At the time, they got me on a first class flight home after breaking my ankle. All I had was a note from the Argentine hospital, but we took a picture of the note and my leg in the splint and emailed it. Once received, they arranged and paid for transportation to the airport and the flight to get home for surgery. I did not file a claim for the ER in Argentina or expenses for missed parts of the trip. I received a check for everything I claimed for within a couple of weeks of faxing the claim. They said to submit an appeal for the $40 paid for crutches but I never did.
Julie F.
Seven Corners
Roundtrip
I encourage every traveler to purchase travel insurance. My favorite company to recommend is InsureMyTrip. You never know when you might have an insurance need. Most travelers do not realize what the cost is for emergency medical care. For a few dollars, travel insurance eliminates a lot of headaches. In 2014, we had to cancel our trip due to an emergency surgery. The insurance provider recommended by InsureMyTrip reimbursed our full travel investment.
Jospeh S.
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