"Travel Guard's concierge department had the expertise to get us the resources we needed while on a trip," said Scott. "Sure, we could've read a book or scoured the internet to plan our trip, but with concierge services available through a Travel Guard plan all the trip coordinating and event booking was done for us. [All we had to do] was specify ticket types and what we wanted to see. We had time to do other things while they planned and coordinated our trip on our behalf. Travel insurance coverage is important, but the services provided are just as valuable to help you have a great experience on vacation."
Was frost your foe on your morning hike, resulting in a fractured foot? Did the shrimp scampi you ate for dinner cause your stomach to shrivel?
Nobody plans to get sick or injured on vacation, but the truth is, sometimes the unexpected happens. Whatever the reason, keep these tips in mind if an unfortunate medical emergency arises on your next trip: