Medical coverage for travel outside your home country
Personal Security When You Travel
Visitor & Immigrant
Medical coverage for non-United States Citizens
Medical coverage for international students, faculty & scholars, J Visa compliant
Protect the cost of your trip, your medical expenses, & your belongings for U.S. residents
RoundTrip® International – non-U.S. residents
Reside® – Global health coverage for expatriates
RoundTrip® Outdoor – Protection for hunting, fishing, or other outdoor sports trips
DOGTAG® – Travel medical insurance for action-minded travelers
You will find a quick summary of questions and instructions for filing a claim below.
Here you will find a current collection of Seven Corners’ claim forms for our travel medical, student/study abroad, global insurance, visitor and immigrant medical programs.
A written document must be provided and signed by the insured, authorizing Seven Corners to reimburse the other party named in the document. This document is required to protect all parties from possible incorrect payment of funds. An address must be listed in the document stating where claims payments should be sent. Please keep in mind that claims must be submitted within 90 days from the date of service.
We have the ability to send claim reimbursements by check (in U.S. dollars only), wire transfer or ACH transfer. Reimbursements are issued based upon the instructions you provide on the Payment Authorization Form. This can be found on page 4 of the Proof of Loss claim form, and should be submitted with the rest of your documents to Claims@SevenCorners.com.
Claims Appeals received in writing with supporting medical information will be addressed by Seven Corners within 30 days of receipt.
Understanding the Appeal Process
If your claim has been denied, and you’ve received a letter from us explaining why it was denied, you have the option to appeal our decision. Simply disagreeing with our decision is not sufficient to change the denial. Your claim was processed by licensed analysts who are trained at interpreting policy language.
The original determination will remain in place unless we receive documented proof that an error occurred. This means that you must submit additional documentation, not previously considered, in order to file an appeal. If you simply disagree with the determination without supporting documentation, this will be considered correspondence only and be handled accordingly.
When you send us your appeal letter, it must identify the reason you believe an error was made:
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Seven Corners, Inc.
303 Congressional Boulevard
Carmel, IN 46032 USA
Fax: (+01) 317-575-2256