Trips get canceled. It’s not fun but it definitely happens. And when it does, that’s when trip insurance can make a world of difference. With Travel Guard, you’re prepared if you need to cancel for work or illness or weather or any other covered reason. When you’re covered, you can begin to relax. Plus, filing a claim is very user-friendly. That’s a pretty nice feeling in an unpredictable world.
Most plans cover you if you cancel due to:
Illness, injury or death. You are covered in case you, your traveling companion, or your family member gets sick or has an injury or a death occurs.
Personal reasons. With our Cancel for any Reason coverage, if you need to cancel your trip because of a personal reason, we’ve got your back. Most people appreciate this flexibility that fits with their lives.
Inclement weather and evacuation. Coverage in case of storms and bad weather.
We purchased a Travel Guard policy a week before our trip because we sensed a threat of a late season snow storm in May. Who would think that a blizzard would actually occur May 1 in the central US?! Needless to say, your agent was patient and helpful, answering my questions and make-believe scenarios of what could go wrong and if the policy would cover us. Sure enough, a blizzard hit the Midwest on May 1! But, to our surprise, our plane on its way to our origination airport had a mechanical failure and a significant delay that prevented us from making our connection, and with the backlog of cancelled flights and passengers from the weather, they were unable to re-accommodate us to our destination for 3 days. So the trip was a total loss! Travel Guard was there and helped ensure that our claim was properly filed and complete. Three weeks later, a check arrived in the mail for the entire amount of our trip! We have already called several family and friends and said that a Travel Guard policy is a must for any trip. Thank you for being there to help cover our losses!
-Molly & Chad
Last Year, nearly 800,000 flights were delayed or cancelled in the U.S. alone1 – impacting 1 in 5 arrivals.