Archive for September, 2006

Bankruptcy, Terrorism and Pre-Existing Waivers – Oh My!

Wednesday, September 20th, 2006

We’ve added – or should I say promoted – a couple of coverage comparison items on our site to make it easier to research and compare our travel insurance offerings. Default (a.k.a. Bankruptcy) coverage – Concerned about your airline, cruise line or tour operator going belly up? Make sure you understand what the plan offers […]

Baggage – To Check or Not to Check

Saturday, September 9th, 2006

Came across an interesting article concerning the new restrictions for carry-on baggage. It does a good job explaining some of the restrictions put forth by the Transportation Security Administration in reaction to the foiled terrorist plot last month. The article mentions how travel insurance could help, stating: It’s possible to buy insurance, but there are […]

Unlicensed Travel Insurer Back In The News – Again!

Friday, September 8th, 2006

Recently I’ve written a couple of posts about Trip Assured, a Tennessee based firm that offers “travel coverage” and how they were issued orders by State Authorities in North Carolina and Texas to stop selling insurance. It now appears that we can add Michigan and their home state of Tennessee to the list. Yesterday, an […]

Buy Travel Insurance – Please!

Thursday, September 7th, 2006

Interesting article appeared in this Sunday’s Hartford Courant by Cindy Loose. The title of the article is “All In A Day’s Work For A U.S. Embassy Employee” . It’s a well written article that talks about the types of things that fill an Embassy employee’s day. It also has a couple of helpful suggestions such […]