All inclusiveTravel insurance
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A favourite among travellers, all-inclusive travel insurance covers emergency medical expenses, baggage, trip cancellation and interruption and more. Whatever happens, you’re covered.
It is the best complement to your provincial health insurance plan (RAMQ), credit card or group insurance because they only reimburse a portion of healthcare expenses incurred abroad.
What’s more, it is more cost-effective to take out all-inclusive travel insurance rather than separate policies for every coverage.
What all-inclusive travel insurance covers
- Ambulance transportation
- Hospital room
- Laboratory testing
- Medical examinations and diagnostic tests
- Medical items
- Prescription drugs
Treatment by health professionals
- Dentist (in the event of an accident)
- Accommodation and meals
- Emergency return flight
- Return of your vehicle to your home province
- Return of your pet to your home country
- Transportation and accommodation for an accompanying family member at your bedside
As soon as you leave your home province, your luggage and baggage is protected against:
Trip cancellation and interruption insurance
Trip cancellation and interruption insurance offers financial protection in the event you must cancel your trip or return to Quebec due to an emergency such as an illness or accident.
No matter where you are in the world, you can count on travel assistance services in the following situations:
- Physician and health professional recommendations
- Emergency return flight and repatriation
- Prescription transfers
- Identity theft assistance (some conditions apply)
Accidental death and dismemberment insurance
Provides for a benefit in the event of an injury or accident while travelling.
How to submit a claim
Call the insurance company you purchased your travel insurance to find out how to submit a claim.
Don’t forget to tell our representatives:
- If before your departure, you are experiencing health problems or illness (also known as pre-existing illness)
- If your health condition is stable and does not prevent you from travelling, despite a pre-existing illness
- If you plan to extend your trip