Your life. Your money. As a smart traveler, you need travel insurance that can protect the money you spent for your trip and your belongings, and cover medical emergencies while you’re on the road. Peace of mind is for everyone, whether it’s international travel insurance or trip protection for domestic trips in the United States. Trip happens anywhere. With trip insurance, you’ll be ready.
When the unexpected happens, know what to expect from your travel insurance. Trust Seven Corners to be with you every step of the way. Get the best coverage for your trip.
Travel insurance works by protecting your health and the money you spent for your trip. Travel insurance provides several different types of benefits that are important before and during your trip. This can include coverage for:
Also, all travel plans come with 24/7 urgent medical travel assistance services from our in-house team, Seven Corners Assist.
Travel insurance is a limited benefit plan that covers you for illnesses and injuries that occur while you are traveling. Health insurance, on the other hand, covers medical treatment you may need on a continuing basis for routine and wellness health care, emergency care, and treatment of chronic conditions that exist without regard to a specific time frame or travel event.
Travel insurance can include emergency medical benefits, which can help cover the cost of treatment if you become sick or hurt while traveling. It is important to note that your domestic health insurance might not provide coverage in another country if you are traveling internationally.
The medical benefits in your travel insurance will vary depending on which plan you purchase, so we recommend contacting a licensed travel insurance agent and reviewing your plan document carefully to understand what is covered in your plan.
There are two main types of travel insurance: trip protection plans and travel medical plans.
Trip protection protects U.S. residents while traveling within the United States and abroad and is important if you don’t want to lose the money you paid for your trip if you must cancel, interrupt, or delay your trip. This can include:
Seven Corners provides this protection in our Seven Corners Trip Protection plans for U.S. residents.
Travel medical insurance provides high limits of medical coverage to protect you when you travel outside your home country. You can choose the medical coverage limit and deductible that best meet your needs while also providing the mandatory level of coverage for countries that require health insurance.
Seven Corners has customizable plans for travelers whose destination includes the United States and for those who plan to travel to countries other than the U.S.
Our plans can include acute onset coverage for pre-existing conditions for most travelers (coverage limits and availability are based on the traveler’s age) and emergency medical evacuation coverage if the medical care necessary to treat your illness or injury is not available at your location.
Seven Corners provides this protection in Seven Corners Travel Medical Insurance plans.
Yes, you can buy travel insurance after booking a flight and, generally, any time before you travel. Some benefits, such as optional add-on Cancel for Any Reason (CFAR) coverage, are only available within a specified number of days after the date you make your initial trip deposit. If you’re adding coverage, such as for a flight after already booking and insuring a resort stay, certain benefits may only be available from the time you paid for your flight. This time period varies by plan. For this reason, we recommend purchasing travel insurance sooner rather than later.
Travel insurance covers many events that happen before and during your trip. For this reason, we recommend purchasing insurance sooner rather than later.
For trip protection, certain benefit options may be available only if you buy coverage within a specified number of days from when you made your initial trip deposit. This time period varies by plan.
Travel medical insurance begins the day after you purchase your plan but not until you leave your home country. To ensure you have proper coverage, we recommend giving yourself as much time as possible to review your options and make sure you understand your plan document so you can be confident you’ve chosen the best coverage for you.