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How to Purchase Travel Insurance

Travel Team | Dec 9, 2021

“When looking into purchasing an insurance plan, travelers should make sure they’re covered for situations like COVID-19,” says Jeremy Murchland, president of Seven Corners. “Travelers also need to keep in mind there are many other hazards involved with travel, especially international travel, including injuries and other types of illnesses outside of COVID-19.”

Error No. 1: Not getting enough coverage

Error No. 2: Getting the wrong kind of travel insurance

Error No. 3: Not asking questions

Travel insurance is complicated — now more than ever. And it’s easy to make assumptions about what is — and is not — covered. Assume nothing, say the pros.

“Travelers tend to make the mistake of not reading the plan document ahead of time or taking the time to ask questions before buying to understand what is and is not covered,” says  Murchland, president of Seven Corners. “Even after this outbreak, people may be confused about the fact that fear of contracting an illness isn’t covered.”

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