The ins and outs of travel insurance
News from Travel-News.co.uk:
Hurricane Sandy, which hit New York in November, caused much destruction and disruption for both residents and tourists in its wake and has put the onus firmly on insurance firms.
Many victims were thoroughly dismayed to learn that their policies did not provide adequate cover and compensate them for the effects of the tragedy.
Despite the fact that according to the ABI (Association of British Insurers), a total of £416million was paid out by its members last year to policy holders affected by the hurricane, many complaints have been raised about the lack of clarity with regard to the depth of cover provided by travel insurance policies.
Accordingly, this article seeks to remove some of the mystery:
1) An accident occurred on the motorway on my way to the airport causing lengthy tailbacks and I missed my flight – can I make a claim to regain the cost of the missed flight?
This is a common cause for complaint, because unfortunately the answer to this question will normally be ‘no’. Only if your car was directly inv…………… continues on Travel-News.co.uk
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