Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Travel Insurance
A: Yes, provided that you supply a proof of early return within the timeframe required by the policy.
A: If you have additional information to send to the insurance company that they did not have when you submitted the claim, you can send an appeal letter. They will use that new information to re-evaluate their decision.
A: They still exist and offer good coverage.
A: Insurance companies consider older people to be at a higher risk of having health issues while travelling. Your price will increase approximately every five years as you enter a higher age bracket.
A: Some companies consider your age at the date your purchase your policy, some consider your age at departure. Once you have your policy and are at destination, your age will not affect your policy, even if you have a birthday.
A: Same as non-COVID: Whatever they would have paid had you had that same treatment within your home province.
A: We have no idea what will happen for fall and winter travel in 2021, and it is too early to make a guess.
Watch the video below to see our team answer these questions on YouTube (Runtime 8:54).