“What kind of travel insurance should I get?”
One of the most common, and difficult questions to answer. If you are planning a trip, especially a long one, it’s important to have a protection. The question is, which one?
Here I present an option for your choice: Emergency Assistance Plus (EA+). EA+ is a travel assistance that focused in case of emergency. I’ve never thought about emergency cases during traveling, but by all the incidents happen around the world, I thought it might be a good idea to have a support system. And EA+ seems to be a great choice.
-EA+ is not medical insurance: it covers emergency situation in between the coverage of travel insurance and medical insurance. It is a safety net that helps you pay for emergencies your health and travel insurance generally will not cover, for example an allergic reaction, or if you just lost a prescription.
-EA+ is part of the largest network of medical assistance providers in the world with response centers in 53 locations on 5 continents, and access to over 1,500 air ambulances throughout the world. It indicates you can get help you need whenever and wherever you are.
-EA+ support the newest safety updates by a multi-lingual team – including political or social unrest, weather, or any environmental hazards.
-Full coverage for yourself – regardless of your health you cannot be turned down
-Full coverage for your family – with a Family Membership, spouse and children cannot be turned down
-30 Day Risk Free Trial – cancel within 30 days, before making a claim, and your entire payment will be refunded
-Coverage begins as soon as you sign up – you will immediately receive a temporary electronic Membership Card along with the Plan Details for you to review. Your Membership Packet then follows in the mail.
*Moreover, EA+ offers over 20 travel benefits that are invaluable during a crisis:
-Emergency medical evacuation to get you to the facility you need if you are traveling and your current facility is unable to provide adequate care.
-Vehicle return home if you’re incapacitated and cannot drive after you have been medically evacuated.
-No-limit emergency cash transfers for unexpected medical bills, against a valid credit card.
-Telephone assistance for lost or stolen travel documents
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