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Which Travel Insurance For Medical Condition?

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
Have got a slipped disc and sciatic nerve problem as of last week! Typical as we are off to Florida Disney over Easter. 2 adults and 6 children.

Which travel insurance should I get that covers a pre-medical condition?
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
try columbus they were cheapest for us oh has on-going medical problems but you have to ring them
banned#2
The gold type accounts that come with 'free' annual travel insurance associated with certain bank accounts should cover you. Perhaps that might be a cost effective solution.
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aScottishBloke;8088426
The gold type accounts that come with 'free' annual travel insurance associated with certain bank accounts should cover you. Perhaps that might be a cost effective solution.

which certain banks are they? Surely a new gold account would want to know of a pre-medical condition?
#4
A lot of the 'free' annual account travel insurances will not cover pre-existing medical conditions unless they have been declared and approved.
Best to ring round a lot of ins companies, prices vary enormously. Depends on where you are going and the medical condition. You are usually put through or have to ring a seperate number to go through mrdical screening questions. I usually head for the yellow pages or numbers from the net. DO make sure all of you are covered on the same policy though.
#5
Just had a look.......... I used citybond suretravel last time.Tel:08456180341 but my medical condition is very different from yours.
Would imagine travel ins for America won't be cheap.
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think;8088438
which certain banks are they? Surely a new gold account would want to know of a pre-medical condition?


I'm with the Royal Bank of Scotland, Royalties Gold. Never had an issue declaring existing conditions prior to travel. The return on the insurance makes the monthly charge a no brainer for me.
#7
bad timing indeed, no rides at disney for you then :-(

good luck and hope you have a good time
#8
[url]www.staysure.co.uk[/url]
Cover many pre existing conditions at no extra cost
#9
Debenhams insurance is great a bit dearer than some but they are reliable and pay up for claims very quick , I have used for last 4 years, and there is no excess for kids either!hope this helps:)
#10
we've used allclear insurance in the past for the wife's parents who had a host of pre-existing conditions
#11
insure & go should cover you. Booked to go mexico a couple of yrs ago and never took out insurance at time of booking (both in our 20's, what could possibly go wrong?!), thought do it nearer to date of travel.
Anyway OH got kidney stones and had to have op 1 month before we travelled, insure n go just charged an extra £16 to cover pre existing condition. Hope that helps, enjoy ur holiday!!:roll:
#12
I have heart trouble and always use Isure for all.com hope this is helpfull

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