Understanding Travel Medical Coverage

Travel Medical Coverage goes a long way to ensure that you experience a trip without fear of encountering serious medical problems along the way. Before embarking on a journey whether it is for business, or for pleasure, it is important to understand how, where, and when you are covered. Some domestic health insurance plans will cover you if an emergency happens away from home but many are limited while traveling abroad. Travel Insured offers plans that can help in the event of a medical emergency so that you won’t arrive home to medical bills you can’t afford.

Emergency Accident & Sickness Medical Expense:

Worldwide Trip Protector offers up to $50,000 to cover treatment costs when accident or illness strikes during your trip (minus a $50 deductible). Excess coverage pays for covered expenses not already covered by your primary insurance plan.

If you prefer primary coverage, Travel Insured offers a medical option upgrade which will provide you with higher limits. You can also opt to purchase our gold plan for primary and the highest limits available.

Emergency Evacuation & Repatriation of Remains:

Worldwide Trip Protector offers up to $500,000 to transport you to nearest treatment suitable by U.S. medical standards, transport you back to the U.S. with medical escort if needed, or transport your remains back to the U.S. in case of unexpected tragedy.

If you feel more comfortable with $1,000,000 in cover, our Trip Protector Gold product might be a better option for you.

Travel Assistance Services:

Medical and Legal assistance services are offered in addition to your coverage for sickness or injury. They include, but are not limited to: 1) Medical or Legal Referral 2) Bail Bond 3) Hospital Admission Guarantee (to secure hospital admission after other means have proven unsuccessful – includes advance payment if required) 4) Inoculation Information (payment reimbursement to the assistance company is you responsibility.)

 For more information visit: http://www.travelinsured.com/info/medical

1 Comment

  1. Hey! Would you mind if I share your blog
    with my twitter group? There’s a lot of people that I think
    would really enjoy your content. Please let me know.
    Thanks

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

*