How to File a Travel Insurance Claim
As a policyholder you have every right to file a claim. When you ask us if your claim will be covered, we tell you to the best of our knowledge. That said, the only way you can be sure if your claim will be paid or not is after you file your claim. The insurance company has the final say.
|I had the unfortunate experience of needing to file a claim recently – your staff helped me understand what I needed to do. While the paperwork was a bit excessive, my claim was successful and my non-refundable costs were reimbursed in full.|
As we promised you, we will help you with your claim. We won’t do everything for you. You still need to work with the travel insurance company and gather all the documents. Why are there so many denied claims? I (Steve) firmly believe that the majority of denied claims are because the insured travelers either received the wrong advice prior to purchase or that they were sold the wrong policy by an uninformed travel insurance seller. You get our help with claims. We even help you if you didn’t buy from us.
I don’t have a hollow guarantee like “No Complaint Policy”. The truth is that not all travel insurance claims are paid to a customer’s satisfaction. Sometimes the travel insurance company makes a mistake (I have gotten these resolved), but other times it’s not a payable claim. Read this Aug 18, 2016 Yelp review for a perfect example of what happens when someone assumes what they are doing is covered. We go to great lengths to educate you. If travel insurance isn’t a good idea for you to buy it, we will tell you not to buy it, If you insist, we will refuse to sell it to you. Here are some examples:
Before you start to whine about having to do all that work, ask yourself “When was the last time my travel agent or a company who sold me travel insurance gave me any service after they had my money?”
Buying any insurance is a risk. You are trading a known certainty (your hard earned money) for an unknown quantity – the promise of the insurance policy doing what it says it will do. That’s why I pre-screened & selected the plans I feel comfortable representing.
|Travel Insurance Claim Paid in Full for Jon from Massachusetts: I wanted to follow up with you on your very helpful telephone calls as it relates to the claim that we ended up filing with Travel Insured.
Thanks to all of the details about the fine print on your web site (and the advice you gave me on the phone the Friday before when the storm was coming in), Travel Insured paid ($16,300 check came today May 9, 2014) for EVERYTHING (except a local cab we took to a restaurant and a few cash gratuities we didn’t have receipts for totaling about $100), including reimbursing us for 4 of the 7 lost days on the ship. What could have been a total disaster ended up becoming a very nice trip for my family (other than the crazy travel day getting there after the snowstorm).
I can’t thank you enough for the phenomenal information and advice on your web site and on the phone. Understanding the fine print in advance made all the difference in the world for our claim. We will be lifetime customers and we recommend you to everyone that we know! Click here to read Jon’s entire letter with all the details.
Filing a claim on your CSA travel insurance plan is a relatively easy process. Simply download the form you need, provide any necessary information and submit it to CSA directly.
Determine which type of claim form(s) you need and download them. Instructions and any other forms you might need with each claim form is included. Then complete the form and include any required documentation to support your claim.
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For all Air Flight Accident and Travel Accident claims, please call CSA at 800-541-3522.
Mail your completed form(s) and required documentation to CSA at the address below. For your convenience, you can also call, fax, e-mail or write CSA to request a travel insurance claim form. Save a copy of anything you mail.
Claims: (800) 541-3522
Claims: (800) 257-4823
This is a basic overview. See the claim forms for more information pertaining to your claim.
Go to the GeoBlue Member Services to start your claim and to find all the details
24-Hour Emergency Services are provided by iTravelInsured:
Where to Report a Claim: IMG iTravelInsured Claims
Click this link to start your Travelex claim online: https://www.travelexinsurance.com/customer-service/claims
To file a Travelex travel insurance claim using this link, you will need to enter your plan code then select “Submit”. You can find your plan code (i.e. TBB, TSB, FIPB) on your Travelex Brochure, Policy or Confirmation of Coverage.
You may also start a claim by calling Travelex at 1-855-205-6054
24 Hour Emergency Assistance:
You may call Travel Guard directly to file a claim at 1-800-826-1300, Monday – Friday, 7 am – 7 pm Central Time, use its mobile app or file claims online.
24 Hour Emergency Assistance: (800) 826-1300 or (715) 345-0505 (Call collect outside the USA)
To file a claim, see your claim status, or to get claims support
Go to Travel Insured Claims
You will find all of the links to file a claim, see your claim status, or to get claims support as well as a FAQ section. To file a claim you will need your policy number.
You may also file a claim over the phone with Travel Insured by calling 1-800-243-2440, Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5:30 PM
Claims: (800) 243-2440
To file a claim, see claims status or see what documentation is needed to report a claim go to TravelSafe Claims and click on the claims tab at the top of the page and follow the directions. You may also submit a claim over the phone with Travel Safe at: 1-877-539-6729.
In order to report your claim(s) online, you will need the following information:
In order to review the status of your claim(s) online you will need the following information:
PPS - Even though TripInsuranceStore.com is the world's most informative travel insurance website, you are still responsible to know the coverage terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions of your plan. No comments or explanations confirm or deny coverage. You need to refer to each plan's policy wording.
PPPS - The Trip Cancellation coverage begins at 12:01 a.m. on the day after the date the policy is purchased. All other coverages begin when you leave home for your trip when your departure date is in the future.
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