We regularly provide travel insurance that covers oseteoporosis. We specialise in providing travel insurance for people with medical conditions. In fact, we receive referrals from hospitals, GPs, clinics and medical charities from all over the UK.
Oseteoporosis can affect people in very different ways. Sometimes it's well controlled and impinges in only minor ways into someone's life.
However, sometimes the effects are more pronounced and serious. One of the main concerns is if someone has a fall, which could lead to further complications. In situations such as these, urgent medical assistance and treatment can be required. This can mean having to be air ambulanced to an appropriate medical facility.
'Ordinary' travel insurance usually isn't designed to include cover for oseteoporosis - whether directly or indirectly. If you then make a claim, the insurer might determine that it was linked to your oseteoporosis and therefore not covered.
Obviously we can't guarantee to provide travel insurance to everyone with oseteoporosis - we will need to ask you some questions about it.
The quickest and easiest way is to go through our online medical screening process, which keeps down costs and therefore premiums.
As we've mentioned, 'ordinary' travel insurance usually isn't designed to include claims related, directly or indirectly, to oseteoporosis.
Hospital treatment and medical bills can become very expensive. These might need to include investigatory examinations, medication, physiotherapy, medical and nursing care.
You might need to return home later than your planned date, so new return travel arrangements will need to be made. If you need to be repatriated, these costs can be high, too.
Sometimes you need to extend your accommation arrangements.
These additional costs might also apply to a partner or travelling companion who has extended their trip to remain with you. It is therefore very important that anyone travelling with you is covered by our policy so that any claim they need to make that could be in any way regarded as linked to your oseteoporosis will be met. An 'ordinary' travel insurance might decline their claim on the same grounds as they might decline a claim made by you.