The Wall Street Journal’s Wall Street Select site shares a press release from InsureMyTrip, detailing how travel insurance has changed since Hurricane Katrina. An excerpt quotes InsureMyTrip’s President and CEO Jim Grace as saying: “The 2005 hurricane season was a wake up call for the industry…Prior to that time, weather-related insurance for travelers was mostly
WARWICK, RI, August 30, 2012—When Deepak Chopra said “All great changes are preceded by chaos,” he could have been talking about hurricanes and travel insurance. The 2005 Atlantic hurricane season was the most active Atlantic hurricane season in recorded history with two Category 5 storms so devastating their names are instantly recognizable: Katrina and Wilma.
Seven years after Hurricane Katrina, travel insurance offers much improved benefits to keep travelers safe during hurricane season.
This comprehensive report by FOXBusiness explores what happens when you get sick overseas and the benefits of travel insurance for people traveling outside the U.S.
Ed. Note: Today’s blog post is contributed by our good friend, traveler and writer extraordinaire Sherry Ott of Ottsworld. We sent Sherry on the road with our new Lytro camera to capture some images of her adventures. Thanks to Sherry for taking us with her to Istanbul! In my recent trip to the Grand Bazaar,