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Important Updates for Seven Corners Travel Insurance

Angela Borden | Mar 24, 2021

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Carmel, Ind. (March 1, 2021) – Seven Corners, a leading travel insurance and specialty benefits company, has launched improvements to its trip protection plans for U.S. residents traveling within the United States or abroad.   

For simplicity, the product line has been reduced from three to two options:  RoundTrip Basic and RoundTrip Choice. Both provide increased amounts of emergency accident and sickness medical coverage of $100,000 and $500,000 respectively. Additionally, Choice provides primary medical protection, so customers don’t have to submit medical expenses to their domestic health insurance carrier.  

Seven Corners also increased the number of covered reasons for both Basic and Choice, adding triggers to specifically address hurricane warnings and watches, pregnancy complications, and common carrier mechanical breakdown. To help members of the military, there is now a covered reason that allows for trip cancellation or interruption if previously granted military leave is revoked or reassigned due to war or reasons other than war.  

“We’re excited to both simplify and improve our trip protection offerings,” said Jeremy Murchland, Seven Corners president. “Because of the increase in popularity of Cancel for Any Reason (CFAR) in 2020, we’re adding Interruption for Any Reason as an option for Basic and Choice. We believe this lesser-known benefit will become more popular as it proves helpful for travelers.” 

Other new options include Event Ticket Registration Fee Protection and Sports & Golf Equipment Rental. Additionally, RoundTrip Choice now covers nonrefundable trip expenses up to $100,000.     

Seven Corners encourages travelers to contact them directly with any questions about travel insurance to find the best coverage for their specific situation.  


About Seven Corners 

Founded in 1993, Seven Corners, Inc. is an innovative and service-focused travel insurance and benefit management company that serves a global market. Based in Carmel, Ind., the company offers customized travel insurance solutions and 24/7 emergency medical and travel assistance services for individuals and groups. Seven Corners also administers health care benefits for select U.S. government programs. 

This advertisement contains highlights of the plans, which include travel insurance coverages underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company under form series T7000 et.al., T210 et. al. and TP-401 et. al. The Crum & Forster group of companies is rated A (Excellent) by AM Best 2020. C&F and Crum & Forster are registered trademarks of United States Fire Insurance Company. The plans also contain non-insurance Travel Assistance Services provided by Seven Corners, Inc. Coverages may vary and not all coverage is available in all jurisdictions. Insurance coverages are subject to the terms, limitations and exclusions for pre-existing conditions.


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