Travel insurance can be arranged on a 'single trip' or an 'annual' basis of cover.
Medical expenses cover normally carries a sum insured of £1,000,000 - £10,000,000. However, if the holiday is in the UK this is often reduced to, say, £2,000 because of the availability of NHS treatment.
The personal liability section covers legal liability for injury to third parties or damage to their property, with an indemnity limit of typically £1,000,000 - £5,000,000.
12 hours or more will normally is the minimum period of delay that is normally required to justify a claim under the delayed baggage and travel delay section of the travel policy.
A benefit of £10,000 to £50,000 usually applies for death, loss of eyes or limbs, or permanent total disablement is paid under the personal accident section of a travel policy.
The 'pet care' extension can be added to a travel insurance policy.
This section of a travel policy provides a benefit for each 24 hours that a cat or dog receives in-patient veterinary treatment as a result of suffering an injury whilst being cared for whilst the insured is on holiday.
Typical benefits are up to £25 per day, subject to a maximum of £250.
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Whether you’re planning a family holiday, going backpacking, or simply travelling around the UK for business, Travel Insurance is a must. Delayed trains, cancelled flights, problems with accommodation and illness or injury could all put the brakes on your plans and leave you paying the difference. Travel Insurance helps protect you while you’re on the move