Our online quotation and medical screening process will provide you with all the tools you need to complete your application for cover. Our screening system includes hundreds of medical conditions, many of which are available at no extra cost to you. If we are able to offer you cover, then purchasing travel insurance can take just minutes, cutting out all that waiting time and the stress that it entails.
Once we’ve confirmed that you’re eligible for cover, then you will have access to all the usual benefits of our standard policies.
- Cover can be offered up to the age of 85 for single trip policies.
- We will insure up to the age of 74 for annual travel policies.
- Cover for up to £15 million of medical costs available.
- Insurance for unforeseen medical emergencies and repatriation is provided.
- Scheduled Airline Failure Insurance (SAFI) included as standard.
- Missed departure cover of up to £750.
- Ski and winter sports cover is optional.
We’ll do what we can to help you, so why not start the ball rolling by filling out the online quotation and see for yourself within minutes if we can provide the cover you need? If you’d rather speak to one of our agents and go through the screening process over the phone, we’d be more than happy to assist you. You can call us on 0800 083 9503, where one of our advisors will take you through the process step by step. (Opening hours between 8am-8pm Mon- Fri, Sat 9am-6pm and Sun 10am-4pm).
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