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Having a disability shouldn’t affect your holiday plans, however finding an affordable travel insurance policy that fully covers your conditions can be difficult, and understandably people are reluctant to go abroad without a disability travel insurance policy which fully covers their needs, especially if they are travelling outside the European Union. Insurancewith recognises this problem and has created a bespoke medical screening system which allows us to rate the risk of travelling with a disability correctly and thereby offering far more affordable holiday insurance policies for disabled travellers.
Insurancewith specialise in travel insurance for disabled people and our policies have been designed with the following people in mind:
In order to ensure our travel insurance for the disabled is relevant to people who need it, we consult with the charity Genetic Alliance UK who helps us understand the thousands of rare genetic conditions which can cause disabilities. By fully understanding these conditions we are able to offer cover where it has been refused by other providers who don’t fully understand the condition. This also enables us to offer more affordable premiums, because by understanding the condition we are able to assess the risk more accurately. Some of the benefits of our travel insurance for disabled are:
You can discuss you travel insurance needs in confidence with our Customer Service Centre on 02038 293 875, they are fully trained in medical screening and will deal with all your enquiries in a professional and sensitive manner. Or if you prefer you can go through the quote and medical screening yourself on- line; however the Customer Service Centre is on hand if you have any queries with your on-line quote or medical screening.
You can choose from one of the following travel insurance policies, to suit your travelling needs;
Depending on your chosen policy, you can select from several optional extras in the checkout including;
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Travelling with a disability can mean that extra planning and preparation is required in order for your trip to go smoothly. At Insurancewith, we believe that everyone travels for the same reasons – to experience the world, so we aim to help those who find it difficult to travel to get away on a holiday.
At Insurancewith, we understand that travelling with a disability can be restricting, especially when it comes to arranging travel insurance. It can be difficult and expensive to get cover, and that’s if the insurance company will even provide you with a policy. Our company tries to make going abroad as stress-free and affordable as possible.
Disability can vary hugely between customers, so that’s why Insurancewith have a medical screening programme which allows us to offer you a bespoke and affordable quote with cover specific to your condition, whether it is physical or chronic.
We’ve provided hundreds of customers with disability travel insurance cover and allowed them to get away on holiday easier and cheaper than most other travel insurance providers. Our medical screening team are friendly, experienced and empathetic when it comes to discussing your condition, and we offer all of our policy-holders 24-7 worldwide access to our emergency assistance helpline. Our medically trained staff are just a moment’s phone call away should the worst happen and you or your travelling companions find yourself in an emergency situation, and you can rest assured that we’ll be advising you with the best information for your circumstances.
If you have a question you need answering, why not take a look at our most frequently asked questions.
If you still cannot find what you are looking for please do not hesitate to contact us where a member of the team will be waiting to help.
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