When you have a condition such as epilepsy and want to travel, having travel insurance can give you peace of mind.
Good travel insurance also helps protect you against unwelcome surprises such as flight cancellations, lost luggage delays and loss of personal items such as passports, money or valuables when you’re on your trip.
Surprisingly, having to claim on your insurance is more common than you might think. In 2018, 1 in 20 people claimed on their Annual Travel Insurance*, so things go wrong on holiday more often than you may have realised.
A tailored travel insurance policy provides you with confidence that you’re covered as well as having a practical value if something actually does go wrong at the time you’re meant to be enjoying yourself.Get Quote
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It’s important you declare epilepsy and any other pre-existing medical condition you may have, when taking out a policy with us.
You can declare your medical condition through our online medical screening process, which is a straightforward set of questions for us to understand how your medical conditions affect you. Or, if you prefer, you can complete the medical screening over the phone.
It’s important that all pre-existing conditions are declared on your medical travel insurance policy. This will avoid large medical bills if you need treatment in another country. Failure to disclose any pre-existing medical conditions may affect the validity of your policy should you need to claim.
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