Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Travel Insurance and a Volcano

If you bought travel insurance before the volcanic ash in Iceland started messing up flights, you might be wondering what travel expenses it will cover.  If you haven't bought travel insurance you might be seriously thinking about it in wake of this natural phenomenon.

Americans spent $1.6 billion on travel insurance, compared with $578 billion on life insurance premiums in 2008. Roughly three in 10 travelers buy coverage for their trip, and many of them have been calling in to file claims this week.

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'Trip Cancellation Package Policies', the most comprehensive type of  travel insurance plans, offer the greatest benefits for travelers forced to cancel their trips prior to leaving   Additionally, these policies include coverage for the travel delays that are heavily impacting travelers everywhere and provide reimbursement for hotel accommodations, meals, and transportation needs due to cancelled flights caused by the volcanic event. Coverage varies by company and plan however.

Watch TV reports just TRY and pronounce "Eyjafjallajokull"

1 comment:

  1. Travel insurance is the most significant it has lots of benefits even if you have travel insurance so you travel around without any trouble and you feel safe any unlikely happening.

    Best Regards,


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