Three quarters with medical conditions admit their biggest concern is an emergency while abroad
More than two thirds (70%) of people with medical conditions said they feel penalised when buying travel insurance, and this is despite 66% feeling their condition does not impact their ability to travel, research from AllClear has revealed. Meanwhile, 75% admitted that they most feared a medical emergency abroad and 10% admitted to having had to make a claim, the survey of more than 2000 consumers found. According to AllClear CEO Chris Rolland, there is a lack of public understanding regarding...
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