The latest travel scams and how to avoid them Top tips for safe travel Eight common travel tech disasters The stuff of travel writers’ nightmares Lonely Planet's travel insurance essentials It's the final countdown to your next big adventure. You’ve got your passport and tickets, every pair of socks you own, and enough mosquito repellent to cover an elephant. But aren’t you forgetting something? Travel insurance, a safety net if things go wrong, should be right at the top of your list. Travelling wouldn’t be fun without surprises. But sometimes the unexpected leaves you whimpering in a hospital bed when you should be exploring the jungle.
Direct Line Cruises is pleased to provide travel insurance through Trip Mate, Inc. one of the leading companies in the industry. Coverage is underwritten by the Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. The Nationwide Group of Companies has a long history of financial stability, with over 135 billion dollars in assets and an A+ (Superior) rating by A. M. Best Company, independent analysts of the insurance industry since 1899. The Standard Cruise Protection Plan is purchased by Direct Line Cruises on your behalf with all cruises 5 nights or longer. It may reimburse you for cruise line penalty charges if you have to cancel or interrupt your cruise for a covered reason such as sudden and serious illness, injury or death in the family.
BestTravel Insurance If you have an upcoming trip planned, you owe it to yourself to look into travel insurance. It's an unfortunate reality that things happen when we least expect them. We've found that experts generally recommend travel insurance, and the savviest of travelers look at it as a wise choice. If you think that your credit card company will protect you, think again. Credit card companies may cover certain aspects of airline costs if your tickets go missing or become worthless, but they will not help you if your flight is delayed and your cruise is missed.
While it’s important to get good value for money when buying travel insurance, it’s arguably more important to ensure you’re covered for every eventuality – even if it seems pretty unlikely. When you buy travel insurance, you must think about what could go wrong on your holiday and buy coverage to protect yourself in case it happens, whether that’s losing your baggage, your flight being delayed, needing medical treatment, or the chance you might injure yourself doing a specific activity. The travel insurance policies you can buy aren’t all equal when it comes to what they cover and to what levels of cover they offer.
More than 664,000 Brits visit Australia every year and for many, it's a once in a lifetime experience. But whether you're dreaming of surfing on the Gold Coast, trekking through the Bush or partying in Sydney, it's vital you have travel insurance in place. Why travel insurance is important No one wants to think about things that could go wrong while you're away on holiday. However, if things do take a turn for the worse, it's essential to make sure you are protected. It could be that you become ill while on holiday, or your bags are lost or stolen.
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Traders was founded by Dewey E. Wilkins in 1939, as Traders Realty, offering both real estate and insurance. After graduating from Bradley University Dewey's son Jack went into the Air Force as a pilot and came back home in 1957 to work in the insurance business as an active producer, becoming president of Traders Insurance Agency in 1973. He remains active in the business today as Chairman. In June of 1987, Doug, Jack's son, joined the agency after graduation from Jacksonville University, with a degree in business. He has 22 years experience in the insurance field and received his CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor) designation in 1998.
Total and Permanent Disability insurance (TPD) provides a lump sum payment in case you are totally and permanently disabled and are unable to work again. It can cover the cost of rehabilitation, repayment of current debts, and the cost of living for you and your dependants. Choosing TPD Insurance Wealth Smart compares leading TPD insurance policies to help find TPD cover that is right for you and fits your family’s budget. We can guide you through the many options available and help you achieve peace of mind and a secure income for your family, regardless of what the future holds.
NOTICE TO ALL POLICYHOLDERS, CLAIMANTS, CREDITORS, SHAREHOLDERS, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS OR ENTITIES INTERESTED IN CASTLEPOINT NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on July 28, 2016, the Superior Court of the City and County of San Francisco entered an Order Appointing Conservator, in the case entitled Insurance Commissioner of the State of California v. Castlepoint National Insurance Company. Case No. CPF-16-515183 (“Conservation Order”). Pursuant to the Conservation Order, the California Insurance Commissioner has been appointed as the statutory Conservator of Castlepoint National Insurance Company (“Castlepoint”).
Tower Group is an insurance company offering limited personal and commercial insurance policies, all through a list of subsidiaries across the nation. Recent mergers have given the company a renewed position of financial strength. Tower Summary Tower was founded in 1990 in New York. and expanded to offer their personal lines policies in Massachusetts and New Jersey. Through acquisitions over the years they expanded to cover California, and a few additional states. The Group writes commercial insurance as well, and was ranked as the 15th largest Worker’s Compensation provider in California in 2014.