WARWICK, RI, January 27, 2010— InsureMyTrip.com’s exclusive Travel Accident Plan (TAP) can minimize the hazards of travel to countries with a recognized risk of war-related activities. Unlike most Accidental Death & Dismemberment or AD&D plans which exclude coverage for accidents due to acts of war, TAP offers an optional war-risk rider which provides real protection and peace of mind for anyone traveling to war risk zones such as Iraq and Afghanistan.
From security personnel, engineers, and contractors traveling for work to leisure travelers, the affordably-priced TAP plan can provide up to $1 million war-related accident coverage with no underwriting requirements and no waiting. “InsureMyTrip’s TAP plan is a practical and proactive means of insuring travelers in some of the world’s most dangerous places” explains Jim Grace, President and CEO of the online travel insurance comparison site. “The Travel Accident Plan is also the broadest form of AD&D protection available and can protect you and your family on any trip.”
To learn more about the Travel Accident Plan from InsureMyTrip.com and its benefits call (800) 487-4722 to speak with a licensed insurance Customer Care representative or visit www.insuremytrip.com today. The Customer Care team is available by phone and online seven days a week, 365 days a year, Monday through Friday 7 AM to Midnight, Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM ET.
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2010 marks the tenth anniversary of InsureMyTrip.com as the leading, consumer-oriented online travel insurance aggregator worldwide. Featuring insurance comparisons from the top industry providers, InsureMyTrip.com is a unique, one-stop resource designed to meet consumers’ comprehensive travel insurance needs all in a secure environment. InsureMyTrip.com also specializes in providing integrated technology solutions for the travel insurance industry, with over 2,000 private-labeled and co-branded travel-related websites around the globe. InsureMyTrip.com is headquartered in Warwick, RI with additional offices and data centers in Connecticut and Oregon.