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Travel Insurance: Known Perils

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Published on Jun 5, 2012

InsureMyTrip Explains: What are "known perils?"

"Known Perils" in travel insurance are explained by Lynne from Customer Care. A known peril is a travel insurance term for a travel risk that can be anticipated or has already happened before you purchase your travel insurance policy. For example, once weather forecasters have predicted that a hurricane will likely move into the area to which you are traveling, it is too late to purchase a travel insurance policy to protect your trip against the effects of that hurricane. However, if you have purchased a travel insurance policy before the hurricane is predicted, you will likely be covered for the effects of the storm. For this reason, among others, we strongly recommend purchasing a travel insurance policy immediately after making your first payment towards your trip.

Please note that all information provided in this video is intended for general purposes only. For questions about specific travel insurance policies and benefits, or for detailed information, please refer to the details of your travel insurance plan or contact
InsureMyTrip.com at 800-487-4722.

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