The story of a British tourist who bled to death to avoid risking invalidating his travel insurance has come to the attention of the UK press.
Tourists travelling to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef are motivated by a want to ‘see it before it’s gone’.
Squaremouth has explained what customers should look for when it comes to terrorism coverage.
Over half of travel professionals report that their company provides both travel insurance and assistance to those employees travelling abroad for business.
Travellers in the UK are willing to spend up to £10,000 on the trip of their dreams.
Features and analysis
Canadian insurance regulators have urged the nation’s travel insurers to help consumers better understand travel health insurance products, assist them with their purchasing decisions, and more equitably meet their fair expectations of coverage.
Ian Brown, partner and specialist travel solicitor at Trowers and Hamlins, considers the decision that ‘collateral lies’ told by insureds whilst pursuing a claim are no longer grounds for insurers to decline a claim.
An increasing number of brands market travel insurance specifically to female travellers. Tatum Anderson investigates the thinking behind this strategy and asks whether such policies are meeting a real need.