John Cook, president of QuoteWright.com and a 45-year travel insurance veteran, reminds travelers that “as an example, a 65-year-old taking a one week, $2,000 cruise to the Caribbean, may expect to see more than a 400% difference in the price of travel insurance for some of the most popular plans currently available.
Are the travel insurance companies using economic sanctions as a guise to not cover travelers to Countries that might have a higher risk or might be politically undesirable?
Is travel insurance worth it? What are the pros and cons of buying travel insurance? We’re asked these questions every day. Here are some of the answers:
The Travelers was originally incorporated in Connecticut “for the purpose of insuring travelers against loss of life or personal injury while journeying by railway or steamboat.” Later they amended their charter to include all accidents.