It's cold out, really cold out. As we Minnesotans are dreaming about going to warm places this week or if you are lucky enough to already have some vacation travel booked - have you ever thought about travel insurance?
Here are some frequently asked questions about Travel Insurance:
What is trip interruption insurance? Trip interruption insurance is financial reimbursement for unused prepaid travel expenses and/or the additional airfare to return home, when an unforeseen event, from which the traveler is protected under the policy, causes trip to be cut short and a return home ahead of schedule.
When is protection from an act of terrorism an included coverage? When a politically-motivated terrorist attack occurs in a city listed on a travel itinerary. The event must occur after the policy takes effect and within 30 days of departure.
Who is considered a family member under the policy? Any of the following relatives of the insured or traveling companion is considered a family member under the policy: a legal or common law spouse; a domestic partner; a parent or legal guardian; step-parent, grandparent, parents-in-law, grandchild, natural or adopted child, foster child or ward, step-child, children-in-law, brother, sister, step-brother, step-sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, aunt, uncle, niece, or nephew.