Single Trip Travelex Travel Insurance Plans
Coverages, Cancellations, and Refunds
Have you ever bought travel insurance before going on a big trip? Have you ever cancelled an insured trip before departure? If so, please read on. Travel insurance is intended to reimburse those who have unforeseen circumstances either prevent or ruin their trip. One of the world’s largest travel insurance providers is Travelex Travel Insurance, which sells travel insurance policies issued by Transamerica Casualty Insurance Company. Travelers can purchase Transamerica’s “Travelex Travel Insurance” through a number of distribution channels, including from a travel agent (either online or traditional “brick-and-mortar”), the Travelex website, a travel service provider’s own website or other web-based booking platforms offered by third parties. Travelex offers several plan options issued by Transamerica: “Travel Basic,” “Travel Select,” “Travel Max,” “Business Traveler,” and “Flight Insure Plus.”
All of these Travelex/Transamerica plans have different rules for pre-departure occurrences versus post-departure occurrences. The more coverage you buy, the higher your premium. There are lots of post-departure coverages like lost baggage, medical evacuation and the like. The insurance carrier cannot be on the hook for those claims if you never leave. But if you cancel before you leave, do you get your money back?
If you cancel your travel plans before departure you may be entitled to a refund of the premium paid. If you live anywhere in the United States, contact Evans Law Firm in California toll free at (888)-50EVANS (888-503-8267). Our attorneys can review your travel insurance plan and advise you as to whether you may have any claims against Travelex, Transamerica Casualty Insurance Company or another carrier.
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