Whether you take one vacation a year, or travel internationally on a regular basis for your business, a good travel insurance plan will cover you for virtually every unexpected contingency. From travel delays due to bad weather or a missed connection, a lost piece of luggage, or a medical emergency in a foreign country, help is only a phone call away. TODAY Travel Editor, Peter Greenberg, recommends purchasing travel insurance to protect your financial investment and your peace of mind. In a recently published article†, Greenberg lists nine reasons why he thinks travel insurance is a must-have accessory.
Rental Cost | Trip Cancellation and Interruption (Maximum Limit $100,000)
$750 | Trip Delay ($200 maximum per day)
$1,000 | Baggage Delay
$1,250 | Baggage Loss
$25,000 | Medical Expense
$1,000 | Dental Expense
$525,000 | Emergency Evacuation and Repatriation of Remains
$25,000 | Collision Damage Waiver
Included | Roadside Assistance Services
Red Sky Insurance – Description of Coverage
Red Sky Insurance – File a Claim
REMINDER: Once a storm is forecasted or it becomes evident that a storm will impact travel to the vacation rental or surrounding area, the event is considered foreseeable. This means the insurance plan can no longer be purchased to cover losses that your guests might suffer from that specific storm.
† Source: By Peter Greenberg TODAY Travel Editor updated 7:32 a.m. PT, Tues., March. 27, 2007 Insurance coverage is underwritten by BCS Insurance Company or Jefferson Insurance Company, depending on the insured’s state. Access America is a brand of World Access Service Corp., a company of Mondial Assistance. Certain exclusions, limitations and restrictions may apply. http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/17519580/