Group travel insurance with sudden recurrence pre-existing medical conditions covered
Searching for group travel medical insurance that covers sudden recurrence pre-existing conditions for teams traveling together? Get assurance you will receive proper medical care and avoid major financial loss should you experience a medical incident related of a sudden recurrence pre-existing condition. Good Neighbor Insurance brokerage, https://www.gninsurance.com, here in Gilbert Arizona, provides a variety of group travel insurance plans that will cover your team’s travel medical insurance needs, including sudden recurrence pre-existing medical conditions – https://www.gninsurance.com/group-travel/group-travel-pre-existing.
Some of the other great group travel insurance benefits include
- Travel medical insurance options
- Emergency medical evacuation
- Accidental Death and Dismemberment benefits
- Emergency dental
- Return of mortal remains
- And other great travel insurance benefits
Here are some of the frequent questions from our clients.
Question: Our team of 20 is traveling to Panama for two weeks. All seem to be in good health. Do I need to worry about having a plan with good pre-existing conditions coverage?
Answer: Any kind of insurance is to cover you for the unknown risks! There are some illnesses that even though a person has never been diagnosed or had symptoms would be considered pre-existing conditions. Common examples are hernias, kidney or gall stones, heart attack.
Question: One of our travelers has been on high blood pressure medicine for years, but has never had any heart issues. Do we need to be concerned about having a policy that covers pre-existing conditions?
Answer: Even if he has never had a heart attack, if he has one while on your trip, it would be considered a pre-existing condition because he has a history of high blood pressure. If you have travelers on prescription medication to control a disease or condition, you will want to have a travel medical plan with strong pre-existing conditions coverage.
Question: Different plans describe their coverage as either “sudden onset of condition” or “acute onset of condition.” What is the difference?
Answer: A Sudden Onset of a pre-existing condition would be an unexpected recurrence of the medical condition that has been stable. An Acute Onset of a pre-existing condition would be an illness or injury that you have been completely symptom or treatment free or cured from the condition. A good example would be someone who had knee surgery years ago who reinjured the same knee.
For the most up-to-date information on our group travel insurance option please –
- visit our web page at https://www.gninsurance.com/group-travel/group-travel-pre-existing and all of our international group travel insurance options here at https://www.gninsurance.com/group-travel.
- or call one of our international expat and travel insurance agents at 480-813-9100 or toll free at 866-636-9100 here in Gilbert, Arizona, USA
- or email us at email@example.com
Safe global travels – from your GNI Team here in Gilbert, Arizona.