ABOUT TRAVEL INSURANCE
Travel insurance is supposed to protect you from unexpected events that prevent your trip from happening, and from unplanned events that happen during a trip. It’s marketed and sold either directly by the travel insurance company, or is frequently sold together with the purchase of an airline ticket from some of the major airline carriers, including Delta Airlines.
Many people purchase travel insurance before traveling, but their trip is canceled or interrupted.They will then make a claim under the policy. When people purchase travel insurance, often they are not aware of all of the exclusions that travel insurance companies can use to avoid paying claims. Travel insurance carriers often classify medical conditions or bad weather as “pre-existing” as a reason to deny claims.Travel insurance carriers might classify a medical issue as too minor to justify postponing your trip. Allianz Global Assistance, one of the largest travel insurance carriers, describes it this way: “it’s not ‘cancel for any reason’ travel insurance, and that’s why it’s essential to read all the terms and conditions when you buy your plan.” The Evans Law Firm, Inc. is investigating whether travel insurance carriers are improperly denying claims.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF A CARRIER DENIED YOUR CLAIM?
If you canceled your travel for any reason, and a travel insurance carrier denied your claim, or paid less on your claim than you expected to receive, attorneys at Evans Law Firm, Inc. welcome the opportunity to talk with you. Please contact us at 415-441-8669, or via email at email@example.com. You can also fill out the evaluation form located at the top of this page.
All of your information will be kept strictly confidential.
There is no charge or obligation for our review of your travel insurance related complaint.