A series of armed attacks on tourists have prompted two cruise lines to halt certain land-based excursions in the Bahamas. Charlotte Hodgman has the details
Top industry-specific travel insurance trends and analysis from around the globe, plus the latest international headlines on issues directly affecting the industry.
Client non-disclosure is an issue that haunts travel insurers, but a recent case in the UK has prompted one member of parliament to say that the duty should be placed on the insurer to ask the right questions. Mandy Aitchison has the full story
Online broker QuoteWright has been awarded the Connecticut Better Business Bureau's 2009 excellence in Consumer Education award at the Bureau's Annual Meeting Awards Banquet
Two British nationals were kidnapped by Somali pirates from their yacht, the Lynn Rival, as they sailed from the Seychelles to Tanzania at the end of October
The team at the International Travel Insurance Journal would like to formally congratulate all the winners from last week's ITIJ Awards Ceremony - all the recipients of the awards were companies that have shown their experience, innovation and dedication to their industries.
The South Pacific is still reeling from two natural disasters that struck within hours of each other at the end of September. Charlotte Hodgman reports on the aftermath of the tragedies
Exclusive UK bank Coutts has been in the headlines recently after it was forced to reinstate full travel insurance cover for one of its credit card holders who had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
It has been revealed that travellers who ventured to India and Spain during the first six months of this year have topped the ranks in fraudulent travel insurance claims, according to an investigation carried out by CEGA Group Services
Consumer groups in Australia are outraged about what they call 'unfair' terms and conditions contained in insurance policies, with travel insurance coming under fire
New figures released by UK-based travel insurance provider InsureandGo has revealed that one in eight British backpackers have been a victim of theft while on their travels, while a further five per cent have been mugged abroad
Following discussions between the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and the Department of Health, and following the launch of the National Pandemic Flu Service website and hotline in July, the travel insurance industry has announced that it will now accept the unique ID number, together with the label on prescribed anti-flu drugs, to validate a related travel insurance cancellation claim