Snowbird Insurance is for you if you are planning to avoid the snow in Canada this year by heading out of the country.
Maybe you are heading to Florida or Arizona this winter?
Or considering Mexico, the Caribbean or South America?
No problem! Snowbird Travel Insurance is for any Canadian heading out of Country for the winter.
No matter where you go outside of Canada there is a policy available for you. Most snowbirds head out of country for at least a month. Many go for several months at a time and emergency medical coverage is very important to have with you as you head out of country.
Snowbird Insurance is available from a lot of insurance companies. So how do you know the best plan for you? After all, you have to consider the cost, the quality of the insurer, the exclusions and limitations, your previous health history and so much more.
Insurance brokers are a great place to get coverage. A good broker will get you quotes from several reputable insurers. The quotes will include important travel medical insurance coverage’s as well as options that you might want like trip cancellation and trip interruption.
Beyond shopping for a great price, the most important thing a broker can do for you is help you find coverage that suits any pre-existing medical conditions you have. Pre-existing conditions and anything remotely related must be carefully considered to avoid exclusions. Finding out that a claim will not be covered is not what you want while on vacation. Sort that out when you buy a policy! A broker will help you with this if you advise them of any pre-existing conditions.
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Always speak with a licensed insurance representative about your specific situation.
This site is general in nature and there may be errors or ommissions