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Travel Medical

Temporary coverage for accidents, sicknesses, & emergency evacuations when visiting or traveling outside of your home country.

International Health Insurance

Annually renewable international private medical insurance coverage for expats and global citizens living or working internationally.


Coverage designed to protect you from financial losses should your trip be delayed, interrupted, or cancelled.

Enterprise Services

Meet your duty of care obligations with confidence, knowing your travelers are safe, healthy, and connected wherever they may be in the world.

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Medical & Travel

Your travelers can access 24/7 global support should they need medical attention, travel assistance, or medical transport services.

Global Workers' Compensation Case Management

Rest assured knowing you have an experienced team who is committed to reducing your costs, moving your files forward, and serving as an international resource for all your work injury claims.

Security Assistance

Keep your travelers safe, no matter where they are, with real-time alerts and intelligence on safety, health, political, and other global risks.

Insurance Administrative

You’ll have experts to guide you through all things related to your health care plan needs, from enrollment to claim reimbursement.

Insurance Coverage for the 2018 Hurricane Season

If you find yourself traveling between June and November, it is important to consider potential severe weather situations that may affect your trip.

Sep 20, 2018, 14:37 PM

The official Atlantic hurricane season began June 1, 2018 and will not conclude until November 30, 2018. Although Hurricane Florence (first named on September 1, 2018) may be the first largely publicized hurricane of the season, several other tropical storms and hurricanes have been named, while a few have touched land.

Year to date, 16 storms have touched land in a season where the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted a near to above average season in its annual forecast. Looking back at 2017, the NOAA predicted a 70% chance of an above average season, which brought 3 of the most costly tropical storms to the U.S. in history: Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

Named Storms

2017 1718 
2018 1018 

Should I Buy Travel Insurance?

Here are a few questions to ask yourself when determining if you should buy travel insurance to protect you during hurricane season:

  • Do you have a trip booked during the fall?
  • Do you live in an area that has experienced a hurricane?
  • Are you traveling to coastal areas of the US or to the Caribbean?
  • Are you changing planes in a city along the coast?

If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, then consider purchasing a policy.

Benefits of Travel Insurance

For the most trip-related benefits, consider an iTravelInsured plan. A few benefits may include, but are not limited to, the following:*

  • Your prepaid and nonrefundable expenses for your trip including your early flight home.
  • If you experience a travel delay due to severe weather, you may receive reimbursement for your accommodations, local transportation, and meals.
  • If you or your travel companion’s residence is uninhabitable due to a natural disaster.
  • If there is a government mandated shutdown of the airport.
  • Missed connection benefits offer reimbursement if you miss your cruise or departure because your arrival is delayed due to weather conditions.
  • You can cancel your trip within 24 hours of your scheduled trip if your destination is under a hurricane warning issued by the NOAA (cancellation must occur more than 14 days following your policy effective date).

Learn more about iTravelInsured.

Benefits of Travel Medical Insurance

While travel medical insurance plans primarily cover your health and physical well-being while outside of your country of residence, a few helpful benefits may include, but are not limited to, the following:*

  • Reimburse costs associated with an evacuation if you must evacuate a specific location as a result of a forecasted Natural Disaster.
  • Trip interruption may provide reimbursement if you cannot continue your trip due to damage at your residence caused by a natural disaster.

Learn more about Travel Medical Insurance.

* Other benefits may also be available depending on the type of coverage purchased and the specific circumstances of the loss. Please refer to the plan for complete terms and conditions of coverage. This is a brief description of coverage provided under form series TP-210 and TP-401and is subject to the terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of the plan. Please see the plan for complete details. Coverage may vary or may not be available in all states.

DISCLAIMER: Insurance policies described above are underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company. C&F and Crum & Forster are registered trademarks of United State Fire Insurance Company. The Crum & Forster group of companies is rated A (Excellent) by AM Best Company 2017.

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