June 1, 2020
Due to travel restrictions, plans are only available with travel dates on or after
Due to travel restrictions, plans are only available with effective start dates on or after
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To get help anytime, Allianz Global Assistance customers can call 24-Hour Hotline Assistance.
Travel is inherently risky, and so insurance can safeguard you from certain financial losses that often occur while traveling. If you have to cancel your beach rental for a covered reason, for example, trip cancellation/interruption benefits can reimburse you for your non-refundable, pre-paid trip costs (up to the amount of your plan limits). If your snowboarding gear gets stolen during your winter vacation, baggage loss/damage benefits can reimburse you for the loss. Depending on the plan you choose, travel insurance also can reimburse eligible medical costs in case of a covered medical or dental emergency; reimburse you for losses caused by a covered travel delay or baggage delay; protect you from paying for rental car damage or loss; and help in other situations as well.
When you’re renting a car, even a tiny fender-bender can get really expensive. You may have to pay the deductible on your own collision insurance, as well as a loss of use charge from the rental car company — not to mention the higher insurance rates following an at-fault accident. The OneTrip Rental Car Protector can cover costs up to $50,000 if a car you're renting is stolen or is damaged in a covered accident or while it's left unattended. There’s no deductible and no need to file a claim with your car insurance company. You also get trip interruption benefits and baggage loss/damage benefits up to $1,000.
(The OneTrip Rental Car Protector does not include liability insurance. Terms, conditions, and exclusions apply. Please see your plan for full details. Benefits/coverage may vary by state, and sublimits may apply.)
Non-refundable costs include pre-paid trip deposits/payments that would be lost if you had to cancel for a covered reason prior to trip departure. Some examples may include vacation rental costs, campground fees; rental car fees; tickets for tours or events; and hotel and airline ticket costs. Be sure to consult your travel suppliers to determine which costs are non-refundable for your particular trip, as cancellation policies vary.
Depending on the plan you choose, travel insurance can provide benefits for a number of situations that may occur before or during your trip. These benefits may include:
For definitions of these terms, please click here.
Note: Not all plans include each benefit listed here. Please see the Certificate of Insurance/Policy for terms, conditions, and exclusions.
That depends on your budget, your destination and your specific situation. If your biggest worry is protecting your vacation investment in case of a last-minute cancellation or trip interruption, then you need a plan with trip cancellation/interruption benefits. If you’re more concerned about mishaps that occur while traveling — such as baggage loss or delay, or trip delays — look for a plan with post-departure benefits. And to protect yourself in case of a medical emergency while traveling, we recommend a plan that includes emergency medical and emergency medical transportation benefits.
Read more: Compare Travel Insurance: How to Pick the Perfect Plan
Your travel insurance plan covers only people who are named insured — that is, named in the plan. Family members and/or travel companions are not covered unless they’re named in your plan documents. If you purchase the OneTrip Prime or OneTrip Premier plan, kids 17 and under are covered free when traveling with a parent or grandparent. The AllTrips Premier plan also can cover an entire household on a single plan.
Your travel insurance benefits do not cover pets. However, we include service animals (as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act) in our definition of “family members,” so any benefits that apply to family members would also apply to service animals. Emotional support animals or therapy animals are not considered service animals by the ADA.
Travel insurance from Allianz Global Assistance does not cover losses resulting from normal pregnancy or childbirth, except as expressly covered under Trip Cancellation Coverage. Specifically, if you find out that you are pregnant after purchasing your travel insurance plan, that can be considered a covered reason for trip cancellation.
While normal pregnancy and childbirth are not covered, unforeseen pregnancy complications may be a covered reason for trip cancellation or interruption. The medical condition you’re experiencing must be disabling enough to make a reasonable person cancel their trip, and a doctor must advise you to cancel it. If your plan includes emergency medical benefits, your insurance may reimburse you for the cost of emergency medical care that you received for those covered complications while traveling.
Read more: Travel During Pregnancy: What Does Travel Insurance Cover?
Before traveling overseas, it’s wise to ask your health insurance provider if your coverage travels with you. Medicare generally does not offer coverage overseas, and hospitals in other countries often require cash payments up front. Also, very few health insurance companies pay for your medical evacuation back to the United States, as the U.S. Department of State explains. This is why it’s so important to have travel insurance with emergency medical and emergency medical transportation benefits.
Read more: Do I Need Travel Insurance If I Have Health Insurance?
We're happy to provide a summary letter that describes your travel insurance plan benefits, also called an Embassy Letter. Click here to request an Embassy Letter (please allow up to 48 hours for a response).
To make sure the information provided in the Embassy Letter satisfies the requirements of your destination, we recommend that you or your travel advisor contact the nearest embassy or consulate of that country to confirm.
Our interactive map shows current information on travel requirements and entry restrictions for international destinations, including COVID-19 testing, vaccination policies, necessary travel documents and quarantine periods. Check your destination’s entry requirements here. (Content is provided by Sherpa, an affiliated third party).
If your destination requires proof of travel insurance, we're happy to provide a summary letter that describes your travel insurance plan benefits, also called an Embassy Letter. Click here to request an Embassy Letter (please allow approximately 48 hours for a response).
Failing to meet a country’s entry requirements, whether for COVID-19 or any other reason, is not a covered reason for trip cancellation or interruption. It’s the responsibility of the traveler to check international entry requirements before booking a trip.
Before you book, and before you travel, use our interactive map to see current information on travel requirements and entry restrictions for international destinations, including COVID-19 testing, vaccination policies, necessary travel documents and quarantine periods. (Content is provided by Sherpa, an affiliated third party).
You can call 24-Hour Hotline Assistance anytime to reach a team of multilingual specialists who can help you with many types of travel problems, from reporting lost baggage to finding emergency medical providers. Our Hotline Assistance team has helped road-trippers locate a lost wallet and RVers find emergency boarding for their dog, among other feats. They can also help you replace passports and essential travel documents, refer you to legal assistance, secure cash from home in case of emergency, and may be able to guarantee payment when you need to be admitted to a hospital, if you have a covered medical emergency while traveling.
Read more: Secret Superpowers of the 24-Hour Hotline Assistance Team
We can’t change your travel arrangements for you. Instead, call your airline, travel agent or other travel supplier. If you need help making alternate travel arrangements due to a covered trip interruption, travel delay or other covered situation, call 24-Hour Hotline Assistance.
You can call Allianz Global Assistance collect when traveling abroad. The easiest way to reach us is to download the free TravelSmart app. Or, simply dial 0170 to reach an international operator. Say the number you wish to call, and you’ll be connected:
Within the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, call toll free:
Trip cancellation benefits can reimburse your prepaid, nonrefundable trip payments if you have to cancel your trip for one of the covered reasons stated in your plan documents. If a hurricane floods your beach house; if a family member falls ill right before your vacation; or if you fracture your ankle right before your golf getaway, those all can be covered reasons for canceling your trip and getting reimbursed.
Other examples of covered reasons may include: sudden covered medical emergencies; the birth of a family member’s child; the death of a travel companion or family member; financial default of a covered airline, cruise line or tour operator; legal separation or divorce; or jury duty. Some reasons for cancellation aren't covered, such as changing your mind about taking a trip or other things not named in your Certificate of Insurance/Policy.
If you cancel your trip for a covered reason, you must notify your travel supplier(s) within 72 hours of the cancellation. Not all plans include trip cancellation benefits. Please see the Certificate of Insurance/Policy for terms, conditions, and exclusions.
Read more: Trip Cancellation Insurance: Covered Reasons Explained
“Cancel for any reason” insurance is not available for purchase online. If you are interested in this type of travel insurance, please talk to your travel agent about your options.
The cost of travel insurance generally depends on a few key factors: the age of the traveler(s), the cost of the trip, and the level of coverage desired. The cost is not affected by your destination or your prior medical or claims history. There is a per diem cost for trips over 30 days in length.
Read more: What Factors Determine the Cost of Travel Insurance?
Insurance benefits underwritten by BCS Insurance Company (OH, Administrative Office: 2 Mid America Plaza, Suite 200, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181), rated “A-” (Excellent) by A.M. Best Co., under BCS Form No. 52.201 series or 52.401 series, or Jefferson Insurance Company (NY, Administrative Office: 9950 Mayland Drive, Richmond, VA 23233), rated “A+” (Superior) by A.M. Best Co., under Jefferson Form No. 101-C series or 101-P series, depending on your state of residence and plan chosen. Plans only available to U.S. residents and may not be available in all jurisdictions. Allianz Global Assistance and Allianz Travel Insurance are marks of AGA Service Company dba Allianz Global Assistance or its affiliates. Allianz Travel Insurance products are distributed by Allianz Global Assistance, the licensed producer and administrator of these plans and an affiliate of Jefferson Insurance Company. The insured shall not receive any special benefit or advantage due to the affiliation between AGA Service Company and Jefferson Insurance Company. Plans include insurance benefits and assistance services. Any Non-Insurance Assistance services purchased are provided through AGA Service Company. Except as expressly provided under your plan, you are responsible for charges you incur from third parties. Contact AGA Service Company at 800-284-8300 or 9950 Mayland Drive, Richmond, VA 23233 or email@example.com.
We are happy to help you change your coverage dates to match your new trip dates. Your new return date must be within 770 days of when you purchased your policy.
If you have not already departed on your trip or filed a claim, you may update your plan through the online plan management tool.
If the travel dates have passed, and you have not started your trip or filed a claim, just send us the following information:
Forward your documents to AgentServices@AllianzAssistance.com. Please include “Date Change Request” and your plan number in the subject line of the email. You can also fax the documents to (804) 673-1598. Please include your plan number on all documents. Once we receive these items, our team will review your request within 3-5 business days.
Please note, if your trip cost or duration changes, the cost of your travel protection plan may also change. We will let you know if that is the case.
If your trip is extended because of a covered travel delay, trip interruption, medical emergency or other covered reason, you don’t have to request a change to your coverage dates. We will extend your coverage period until the earlier of when you are able to return home or to your point of origin, or until you arrive at a medical facility for further care following a medical repatriation or trip interruption.
As long as you have not already departed on your trip or filed a claim, you may be able to change certain details (such as adding trip costs). For fastest service, visit our online plan management tool.
You can request an additional copy of your policy documents by visiting our online policy management tool.
Refer to your plan documents for all the details of your plan, including benefits, coverage limits, covered reasons for trip cancellation/trip interruption and exclusions. Benefit limits are listed on the Declarations page.
When you purchase your plan, we’ll email you your plan documents. You can obtain an additional copy by visiting our online plan management tool. For full mobile access to your plan, download the free TravelSmart app.
For the fastest service, you can cancel your plan by visiting our online plan management tool. For a full refund of your premium, you must cancel within 15 days of your plan purchase (depending on your state of residence) and must not have filed a claim or departed on your trip. Premiums are non-refundable after this period.
Please let us know! On the Contact Us page, select "Technical issue with the website" from the drop-down menu. Let us know which page you were on and describe the issue (e.g. the page did not load properly, you received an error message, etc.).
The fastest and easiest way is to file a claim on our website. To get started, you'll need your email address or policy number, as well as your departure date or policy purchase date.
Documentation to support your claim is required before a claim examiner can review your claim. Find a list of supporting documents you may need here. Once you have filed your claim, you will receive a confirmation email.
You can also use the free TravelSmart app to file a claim. Or, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, fax your claim to us at 804-673-1469, or mail it to:
Allianz Global Assistance
P.O. Box 71533
Richmond, VA 23255-1533
Please include your name and policy number with any documentation submitted by mail or fax. Processing times may be longer than for claims submitted online.
After your claim has been submitted, you can check your claim status 24 hours a day by visiting our online claim management tool or using the TravelSmart app. You can get help filing or checking a claim anytime by calling customer service at 1-866-884-3556.
For more details on the claims process, click here.
For the quickest service, check the status of your claim online or in the free TravelSmart app. You also can reach customer service by calling 1-866-884-3556.
The time required to process a claim depends on the type of claim, the circumstances of the claim and the documentation required. We'll begin processing your claim once we receive your claim form and all the required supporting documentation. If we have to request more documents or more information, then the claim processing time will be extended.
For the fastest service, please submit your claim and all documentation on our website or in the TravelSmart app. Claims submitted by email, mail or fax may take longer to process.
The timeline for receiving payment for a claim depends on two things: the time required to process your claim (see above) and the payment method you choose. We recommend choosing debit disbursement (sending money to your debit card electronically) or direct deposit (sending money to your bank account electronically) as your payment option, if your claim is eligible.
If your claim is eligible for payment, debit disbursements may be received immediately, the next day, or within two to five business days, depending on your bank's processing times. Direct deposit takes two to five business days, based upon bank processing times.
We can also mail you a check if you'd prefer, but please note that it can take 10 to 14 days to receive it.
On the Required Documents page, select your claim type to see a list of the documentation that may be required to support your claim. For the fastest service, please gather these documents before you start your claim.
In some cases, your claims examiner may ask you to submit an additional piece of documentation that's not included in this list. If you have questions about the documents you need to submit, please call us at 1-866-884-3556.
Whether you file a claim online or offline, you will have the option to select direct deposit/ACH or debit disbursement to receive your claim payment. On the phone, ask Customer Service to select debit or direct deposit for your reimbursement.
Depending on the nature of your claim, you'll see the payment originating from AGA Service Company or Jefferson Insurance Company.
Payments can only be made in US dollars. There is a $10,000 maximum limit for debit disbursements ($50,000 per month). If you select electronic payment and your refund is over the maximum limit, then we will mail you a check. Please allow 10-14 days for it to arrive.
We cannot make claim payments to a credit card or a prepaid card at this time. Additionally, we unfortunately cannot send claim payments to a business account or split claim payments among multiple bank accounts. The total claim payment will need to go to one personal account.
Email addresses are required for all electronic payments in order to electronically send your explanation of benefits. If you don’t have an email address, or choose not to provide it, we’ll mail you a check.
Even if you've selected electronic reimbursement, we may instead mail a check if:
Please call customer service at 1-866-884-3556. If your claim payment has not already been processed, we will happily update it for you.
To help us process your claim as quickly and efficiently as possible, please gather all the requested documentation and information before you begin filing your claim. You’ll need to describe what happened, provide exact dollar amounts for each of your losses, and include documentation, such as receipts or doctor’s notes, to support your claim.
Watch a quick video that shows you how to file a claim.
Supporting documentation helps us to verify your claim, and it is required in order for us to assign your claim to an examiner. The documentation required depends on your claim type and reason. It may include photos, receipts, communications, and invoices from your travel suppliers, medical records, police reports, etc. To see examples of what might be required for your claim, please see the Required Documentation page.
Remember, we’re always here to help you navigate the claims process! Call Customer Service anytime at 1-866-884-3556.
If you don't have all your documents at the time of filing, that's OK! You can start your claim and come back later to add documents. Click Check a Claim to look up your claim and add documentation. Please remember that your claim can't be processed until all required documentation has been submitted.
Submitting documents online will result in the fastest claim processing. If you are unable to upload your documents, you may also send them by:
Please include your claim number on any documentation submitted at a later date.
Supporting documentation helps us to verify your claim, and it is required in order for your claim to be assigned to an examiner. For the fastest processing, please submit your documentation at the time of filing. If you need more time to gather your documentation, you can start your claim online, then come back at any time to add documents. We ask that you notify us of your claim within 90 days of the date of loss or as soon as reasonably possible (except as otherwise allowed by law).
If your claim has been denied, a claim examiner will provide the reason specific to your situation. Some common reasons for claim denials:
It's important to read your plan documentation before you travel or file a claim to understand what is and is not covered. If you have questions about why your claim was denied, please call Customer Service at 1-866-884-3556.
Read more: 5 Reasons Your Trip Cancellation Insurance Won’t Cover You
For the fastest processing, we recommend filing your claim online. However, the manner in which you submit your documentation does not affect the outcome of your claim. You can also file a claim via email, mail, fax or phone.
If you receive additional reimbursement for this claim, please contact our Recovery Department and reference your claim number in your correspondence. Unless prohibited by law, you may be required to return excess funds if they exceed your total amount of loss. We and your plan's underwriter(s) each reserve our respective rights, remedies, and defenses under this plan and applicable law.
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We define a pre-existing medical condition as an injury, illness, or medical condition that, within the 120 days prior to and including your plan purchase date:
The illness, injury, or medical condition does not need to be formally diagnosed in order to be considered a pre-existing medical condition.
Yes. If your plan includes the Pre-Existing Medical Condition Exclusion Waiver, you may be covered for losses due to a pre-existing medical condition if you meet all the following requirements:
If you incur additional non-refundable trip expenses after you purchase your plan, you must insure them with us within 14 days of their purchase. If you do not, those expenses will still be subject to the pre-existing medical condition exclusion. Coverage limits may vary based upon your chosen plan. Please see your Certificate of Insurance/Policy for terms, conditions, and exclusions.
Even if you don't purchase protection that covers existing medical conditions, or if you don't meet the requirements for that coverage, you can still purchase travel protection; just be aware that any loss due to an existing medical condition will be excluded.
Some travel protection plans include supplier financial default as a covered reason for trip cancellation and trip interruption. This means a covered supplier — such as a tour operator, airline, or cruise line — ceases all operations due to its financial condition, with or without filing for bankruptcy. Coverage applies to non-refundable payments and deposits you made before your trip was canceled, less any published refunds you're entitled to receive.
Please review your plan's terms, conditions and exclusions to see if the financial default of a travel supplier is listed as a covered reason for trip cancellation and trip interruption. To be eligible, the following conditions must apply:
a. Your plan was purchased within 14 days of the date of the first trip payment or deposit;
b. The cessation of operations occurs more than seven days after your plan’s Coverage Effective Date;
c. Your plan was not purchased directly through the tour operator, airline, or cruise line ceasing operations, or an affiliate of that entity; and
d. The tour operator, airline, or cruise line was included in our list of covered suppliers on your plan’s Coverage Effective Date. A list of these covered suppliers can be found by clicking here.
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