This Spring — such as it is — appears to be starting off as one big “whoops” moment. Groundhog: Whoops. Expected sunny skies: Whoops. Warm Spring Break hopes: Whoops. And then there’s all that pesky cruising news: Whoops. Whoops. And Whoops again. Not to mention, of course, sequester-related shortfalls and furloughs affecting the TSA, FAA,
Category: Travel Insurance Tips
Yesterday marked the beginning of NOAA’s National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, during which the government agency hopes to highlight key pieces of information and steps people can take to stay safe throughout potentially catastrophic weather events. Today’s theme is “Know Your Risk,” which couldn’t be more applicable to travel and the travel insurance industry. Our
Travelers have no doubt heard about the possible effects the forthcoming sequester, set to take effect in just four days, may have on their plans. News outlets across the country have been covering Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood’s statements that the sequester’s budget-cutting measures will eat into the funds used to keep the FAA and TSA
If you’re in a time crunch and need travel insurance quickly, here are some tips to help you make an informed decision.
Travel insurance is a relatively unique product — it’s highly individualized in both its necessity and its scope. What may be of crucial importance to one traveler as far as insurance coverage is concerned may not even make the Top Ten list of needs for another traveler; what one policy has to offer may be
Given the headlines of the past month or so, I doubt very much that I have to work very hard to convince anyone at this point that travel insurance is a good investment. It seems that the “why” of purchasing travel insurance isn’t really the question anymore. What may be more important at this point