Understanding Travel Related Insurance Coverage

Travel insurance covers business travelers, vacationers, tourists and other related parties from unplanned occurrences before or during a trip.

“For many consumers worried that an extreme weather event or political unrest might affect their vacation plans, travel insurance can provide useful coverage,” says Jeanne M. Salvatore, chief communications officer of the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I.).


Tips for a Safe and Productive Road Trip or Staycation

C      From hitting the road to tackling a DIY project at home, Americans are ready for new adventures this summer, according to a national survey of 2,000 U.S. adults.  More than half of Americans (56 percent) are planning a road trip before Labor Day, with a third of those (31 percent) headed to a new destination this summer.


Do You Understand Your Rights When Flying?

When weather conditions ground a plane, it creates a domino effect of cancelled flights across the country. Add in that nearly 2 million people fly each day and you could easily find that part of your travels may be spent trying to get a seat on another plane. 

Legal insurance counsel ARAG® advises travelers to keep in mind their rights when flying.


Before You Go, Check Your Travel Insurance

It used to be that a passport, credit card, travel insurance, and a relaxed attitude were the only true holiday essentials.

But now, electronics and other valuables are traveling staples, from iPads to professional-quality digital camera. Not to mention the scores of honeymooners heading abroad with a small fortune on their fingers.