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Expatriate Healthcare’s One Way Travel Insurance covers all outward-bound trips from any global destination.
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Bought a one way ticket to a destination? Require travel insurance? Our One Way Travel Insurance will put your mind at ease whilst travelling overseas.
With our one trip travel insurance, we have individuals seeking an insurance policy covered. Our standard travel insurance policy can be tailored to cover just one-way travel for expats and travellers alike.
One way trip insurance is designed specifically for people who are heading overseas for a long period of time, do not have a return ticket or do not have a return date in mind. The one way insurance policy covers individuals on the journey from their departure country to their destination. Once arrived, policy holders will have a specific amount of time to seek alternative cover.
Once a policy-holder departs their starting country on the date specified (when taking out the travel insurance) it will be active and they will be covered. Expatriate Group’s one-way travel insurance policy cannot be extended and is ideal for travellers, or expats moving permanently to a destination country. For one trip travel insurance policy-holders the maximum duration may not exceed 180 days.
This is the core policy option, which provides the important medical cover against the high cost of medical treatment and emergency medical evacuations. The Basic plan benefits also provide you with 24-hour access to trained nurses to ensure that medical advice is only ever a phone call away.
In addition to the benefits included on the Basic level of cover, this optional level of protection also covers you against the additional losses to property, personal liability and accidents that you may suffer whilst travelling abroad.
Adding to the benefits of the Standard level of cover, Cancellation and Curtailment covers you in the event that your trip is unexpectedly cancelled, or you are forced to return home early.
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Expatriate Healthcare’s, International Travel Insurance TravelCare policy covers all nationalities, travelling anywhere in the world.
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The Benefit Schedule is a summary of travel cover and must be read in conjunction with the Policy Wording.
All Coverages and Plan Costs listed in this Schedule of Benefits are in Euros. All benefits will be reimbursed at Usual, Customary and Reasonable (UCR) charges where applicable. Amounts shown are the maximum per policy and period of cover, except where otherwise stated.
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Expatriate Group & Expatriate Healthcare are trading styles of Strategic Insurance Services Limited who is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). FCA Firm reference Number is 307133. Strategic Insurance Services Limited is authorised to carry on Regulated Activities in accordance with the permissions granted by the FCA under PART IV of the Financial Services and Markets ACT 2000.