Seven Corners Featured on 6 Travel Upgrades That are Absolutely Worth It (and a Few That Aren’t)

May 16, 2019

By Aly Walansky

Justin Tysdal, CEO was featured in an article:

"Springing for travel insurance

Extreme weather conditions such as hurricanes are becoming more and more common, so the chances of having to cancel your vacation as a result of an “act of God” are on the rise, too. But unlike European travelers who see trip insurance as an essential purchase, many Americans think of it as a nice-to-have. Beyond natural disasters, “Travel insurance can protect you in the event of a medical emergency, a missed flight, lost, stolen or damaged baggage, and even reimburse you at least 75% of the nonrefundable trip costs if you cancel for any reason,” says  25-year travel industry veteran and Seven Corners CEO Justin Tysdal. The key things to consider are your health (what are the chances you’ll get sick and have to cancel), your own health insurance policy (many already cover you while abroad), and how prone your destination is to disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes and political unrest. If you do decide you’re a good candidate for travel insurance and plan to travel more than twice in 2019, consider purchasing an annual travel insurance policy. “Annual travel insurance policies protect holders providing up to $1,000,000 of comprehensive medical coverage for travel outside of your home country, along with an extensive network of providers and 24-hour travel assistance,” says Tysdal."



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