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Dental Coverage in Visitor Insurance

October 29, 2015 at 02:53 AM     

Tooth pain can take all the fun away from a perfectly going vacation. It can affect anybody, at any age and often needs immediate treatment or relief. It cannot be put off for treatment back home. MCIS is often asked about if dental problems are covered in visitor insurance and if yes, to what extent.

Dental Coverage in Visitor Insurance

Recommended Checklist: Before and After Travel

October 22, 2015 at 10:43 PM     

The holiday plan is ready to be set in action. The excitement to meet loved ones is in the air.  For the trip to go without any hiccups, travelers should take care of certain things before and after the travel. Refer to the checklist provided in this blog post to organize your travel:

Emergency Medical Evacuation & It’s Importance

October 18, 2015 at 12:19 AM     

Medical Evacuation (Medivac or Med Evac) as the name suggests stands for evacuation due to medical emergencies. In terms of travel, if a visitor gets seriously injured or suffers from any medical emergency and due to inadequate treatment facility or expertise or equipment at the destination country, he is evacuated to a better hospital or medical facility for adequate treatment. It should be noted this happens if the visitor insurance plan has coverage for Medical Evacuation.

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