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Travel Insurance for Canadians travelling abroad:
Canadians are travelling overseas in ever-increasing numbers. Whatever your age or destination, properly preparing before you leave and staying in good health while travelling can help you to have a happy and enjoyable trip.When you travel abroad, you leave behind Canada’s support systems, emergency service capabilities and medical facilities.
We strongly advise you to take out comprehensive Travel Insurance.
Make sure it covers all medical expenses for injury or illness, as well as theft of valuables, damage to baggage, and cancellations or interruptions to flight plans. Fully disclose any pre-existing medical conditions in writing. It will save you worry and possible financial hardship. Medical costs overseas can be in the tens of thousands of dollars and many families have been burdened financially in paying these costs when things go wrong.
Compare insurance policies and make sure the cover you choose suits your needs and is valid for the whole time you’ll be away. Always read the product disclosure statement carefully and make sure that you understand exactly what your travel insurance covers.
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An insurance agent is responsible for asking you about the risk factors that will determine your category involved in taking a particular policy. These questions involve your family’s medical history and your health, in addition to your lifestyle habits that might affect your health in the future. For example smoking and some dangerous hobby changes your risk category.
Answer the question with all honesty; if you are not true, this could negatively affect your family’s right to collect your benefits if the insurance company finds that you lied on your application. Once you’ve been accepted and acknowledged for the life insurance policy, tell your family members about the insurance policy. Want to know more?
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It is a way of protecting your family’s financial structure. It provides a hefty payment in the event of your death or on the diagnosis of a terminal illness where death is likely to occur within 12 months.