What you need to know about claiming travel insurance:
Travel insurance covers you for a range of potential issues when travelling – whether domestically or internationally. This can include cancellations and delays, lost luggage, theft, and health-related fees such as hospital bills, medication and evacuation costs.
Those with a disability can obtain travel insurance, though usually at a higher cost. Pre-existing conditions, such as cancer, or any terminal illnesses will generally not be covered by the insurance. If you don’t declare pre-existing conditions to your travel insurance provider, you won’t be covered in the unfortunate event that it causes an issue during travel.
Travel insurance claims advice
It’s always a good idea to get travel insurance, due to the unpredictable nature of travel! Before your trip, make sure you have a thorough understanding of what you are – and are not – covered for with your travel insurance as the terms and conditions vary between insurers.
If you’re having difficulties with a travel insurance claim, our travel insurance lawyers can help you to successfully challenge a decision and will help you to work through the fine print in your policies so that you can gain access to your full entitlements.
Why Catherine Henry Lawyers?
At Catherine Henry Lawyers, we understand the importance of having someone on your side when you’re taking on a well-resourced insurance company and our lawyers can prepare you for this by helping you gain early access to your funds.
We act on a no-win, no-fee basis for these types of cases, which means you won’t be charged until the end of the case, dependent on the result.
Contact us today to find out how we can help with a free travel insurance assessment.