Travel insurance information

Travel insurance should be a top priority in all travel arrangements, whether you travel frequently, occasionally or you are setting off for a once-in-a-lifetime trip.

Travel insurance companies will more than likely ask if there are any pre-existing medical conditions. People tend to think that because their condition is stable since taking medications – this also applies to ailments like blood pressure or cholesterol, then these aren’t regarded as pre-existing medical conditions - they are and must be declared when taking out insurance.

If you don’t declare a condition and you then need to make a claim that’s linked to it, the insurer could decline to meet the claim and you could be exposing yourself to serious financial risk.

If you have pancreatitis, your travel insurance will probably cost more than someone of the same age with no pre-existing conditions, but it doesn't mean the cost will be huge. Some people too, find that they have difficulty getting travel insurance because of their Pancreatitis.

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