RE: [IPk] Travel Insurance
I went for fully comp for #28 for up to 10 days to the States.
#21 would have also covered my diabetes, but I decided to treat myself to
platinum cover - why not?
> Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2009 20:41:25 +0100
> From: email @ redacted
> To: email @ redacted
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Travel Insurance
> hi Pat
> As I recall, there is exactly something like that option....or at least
> there used to be.
> If you start filling in the online form and then get to the point where
> you have to admit a medical condition, it says you need to call them.
> There's no difference in price between booking online and over the
> phone. You can't get the basic rate if you have an existing medical
> condition, but the higher rate does give you added bonuses (sports
> cover, I think, and various other things). I can't remember the exact
> details as it was a few years ago when I looked into it all.
> But I can highly recommend the company as they've been really friendly,
> helpful and generally much less hassle than any other company I've used!
> Pat Reynolds wrote:
> > I wouldn't mind ticking a box saying 'I'm diabetic, ask me some more
> > questions'.
> > It doesn't strike me as a company with the values that I would like
> > ... but I may be forced to use them as they seem to be the only ones
> > out there which _do_ offer cover for diabetics.
> > Out of interest, I wonder how much Emily's #20 cover would be if she'd
> > booked online.
> > Cheers,
> > Pat
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