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World2Cover Extends Offering to Cover Pre-Existing Medical Conditions

June 14, 2017 Insurance No Comments Email Email

Off the back of continued growth in the Australian market, award-winning travel insurance company World2Cover has expanded its offering to support travellers with pre-existing medical conditions.*

Claudio Saita, Deputy CEO and Executive Director in Australia for Tokio Marine, underwriters for World2Cover travel insurance, said the company is thrilled to be providing greater choice for locals.

“Aussies are prolific travellers but for those with medical conditions, planning a getaway can be that little bit more difficult. We want to help even the playing field and have developed a hassle-free online or phone process for those with pre-existing medical conditions, so they can spend less time worrying about insurance and more time enjoying their travels.

“Of course, not all conditions will be covered, however customers will now know more simply what is covered and what cost may be involved to help them make the right choice for them.

“By adding a medical screening option without the need for complex forms or a doctor’s appointment, organising insurance is now quicker and easier. World2Cover also automatically covers a large range of existing conditions without an additional premium.* This means locals who may have previously struggled to find affordable cover have another option to help them  travel worldwide with peace of mind,” he said.

With a commitment to offering Australians feature-rich coverage at a competitive price, World2Cover has policy options to cover most holiday activities.* It provides comprehensive cover that extends to children for free as well, including ‘big kids’ aged up to 25 who are holidaying with parents and grandparents*.

“It’s always important to note the terms and conditions of any policy. Brands have different interpretations of pre-existing medical conditions, so be sure to check the fine print to avoid any serious consequences should anything go wrong during your travels,” said Mr Saita.

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