17 Feb 2009 by Olga Brighton
Your policy should pay out if you need to cancel or cut short a trip because, for example, you fall ill. It should cover pre-paid expenses, such as excursions, and any extra costs incurred in getting home. Check your policy documents to see what would be covered accident, illness, pregnancy unknown when you buy the policy, jury service or witness summons, etc. In addition to your standard cover, you have the option of an Event Cancellation extension to be included.
Cover may also be provided if you are needed at home because of fire, storm or flood, or if you are required by the police to come home following a burglary.
Some policies also cover cancellation arising from you being made redundant or if a strike or bad weather affects the departure of a flight or ship. You need a policy with sufficient cover to refund the full cost of your holiday. Check your policy for details. To arrange a travel insurance policy with Globelink International Ltd. against the risks that might occur during your stay in a foreign country including cancellation and curtailment insurance cover fill out the forms on the travel insurance quotation wizard.
We specialise in providing travel insurance for people living in the United Kingdom or other European Union countries. Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority and Approved by EU Regulators, Globelink are the leading provider of annual multi trip policies and also single trip cover for people living in all EU countries.
Globelink Annual Multi Trip policies give cover for an unlimited number of trips. You can select from policies giving a maximum individual trip duration of 17, 31, 45, 60, 90 or 120 days.
Policies for single trips are available for people aged up to 89 for European travel, or to 74 for worldwide cover.
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