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What is the typical travel insurance claim process?

Sven | Jan 5, 2022

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Luggage lost on airport tarmac.

1

You or your doctor file a claim.

Sven, our mascot, is showing how to submit a Seven Corners travel insurance claim online.

2

Your claim goes through an initial review to make sure we have everything.

We'll notify you if your claim is 'Good to go' or if we 'Need more documents'.

3

Your claims advisor carefully reviews your claim.

Your claim is officially submitted when we have all the required documents per policy wording.

4

Your claims advisor lets you know if your claim has been paid or denied.

Once we carefully review your claim we'll notify you if it's been paid or denied.

5

You can rest easy knowing your claim has been resolved and you can start planning your next trip.

You've completed a claims submission. Now it's time to plan your next trip. Note: If your claim was denied you may submit a request to appeal the decision.
 

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