You’re traveling in the Far East when you fall seriously ill. Will your regular medical policy pay the bills? And how much will it cost if you require air ambulance transport back to the U.S. to get the care you need?
You’ve been planning your anniversary trip for almost a year, but 2 days before departure your spouse falls and breaks a leg. Will cancelling your trip cost thousands of dollars in lost deposits and airline charges?
Your daughter, who is studying abroad, requires emergency medical treatment. Who do you call to help her? And how do you know she is getting the best care possible?
Illness and injury can happen anywhere at any time.
If they happen to strike while you’re traveling internationally, the complications—and the expense—can be overwhelming.
General Southwest, through a partnership with GBG, offers a variety of solutions for travelers and for students living temporarily abroad. A travel insurance policy can offer peace-of-mind by providing the following benefits:
- 24/7 concierge services
- Emergency medical with a hospital cash benefit
- Coverage for seniors
- Travel delays or missed departures
- Lost and delayed baggage
- Accidental death
A variety of plan options are available to suit your individual needs.
Is your child participating in a foreign exchange program or studying abroad?
We also offer several tiers of health insurance plans specifically designed to meet the needs of students living in foreign countries.
Click the button below to learn more about the specialty programs offered by General Southwest and GBG.