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A travel emergency can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. Is it really worth the risk?
Don’t spend your vacation hiding under an umbrella just because you don’t have travel insurance!
Even small, unexpected medical emergencies away from home can lead to thousands of dollars in medical bills. Here are a few examples that will hopefully make you think twice about not buying travel insurance.
One of the biggest problems is that many people think they have enough protection through their credit card or employer plan, but those can often have limits.
Help ensure you’re covered properly by checking if your insurance allows access to a network of health providers, including top-tier hospitals, incidental expenses such as phone charges or renting wheelchairs or crutches, and transportation back to Canada or transportation for someone to be at your bedside.
It’s really not something most of us want to think about when we’re heading out on vacation, but it’s a case of better to be safe than sorry.
Here are a couple of deals you may be interested in checking out:
For details call 1-877-5-BEST BETS or visit Travel Best Bets.
Founder and president of Travel Best Bets, Claire Newell has appeared on The Today Show, Fox & Friends, Good Day New York, ABC Morning News – Chicago, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and CNN Radio, and is the official travel consultant for Global TV. She has been a spokesperson for Disney’s www.family.com, and featured in promotions for the Vancouver International Airport and the Canadian Tourism Commission. Newell has authored or been featured in articles for Success, Professional Woman, Today’s Parent, Readers Digest and for various newspapers. She is the best selling author of Travel Best Bests – An Insider’s Guide to Taking Your Best Trips, Ever and has just finished her second book.
This wife and mother of two has also launched two lines of luggage & travel accessories. Visit www.clairenewell.com for more information.