Why Stroke Travel Insurance?
Stroke travel insurance covers you following a stroke and any stroke-related or pre-existing medical conditions. This type of insurance covers you for medical emergencies, which is essential to prevent any unexpected medical bills from occurring while you’re on holiday.
At AllClear we can provide you with specialist travel insurance if you’ve had a stroke. We have covered over 1300 different conditions, including stroke travel insurance.
Our stroke travel insurance will cover you*:
- For medical emergencies, including medical conditions that may arise as a result of your stroke.
- To use our medical emergency helpline. This means you can access assistance in the event of a medical emergency 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- For replacement medication*
- Find quotes for travel insurance for stroke all in one place. This saves you time and makes finding a quote more straightforward
- Easily obtain your quote for stroke travel insurance cover online, or call our team of experts to get a quote over the phone
- There’s no upper age limit on our AllClear policies so you can get a quote whatever your age!
The Key Benefits You Can Get
- Cancellation and Curtailment covered up to £25,000, including for Covid-19
- Up to £15 million emergency medical expenses cover, including for Covid-19
- Up to 30 days FREE extended cover (if due to unexpected circumstances beyond your control)
- Up to £2,000, if medically necessary, for a friend or relative to travel from your home area to stay with you if you fall ill with Covid-19 (costs for room and to accompany you home)
- Repatriation costs, when medically necessary, to bring you back to the UK where it is deemed to be in your best interests
- Following recovery from Coronavirus, costs for a continued recuperation stay, when medically necessary and under doctors advice
- Costs for your return flight following your enforced stay due to Coronavirus
- Personal Belongings covered up to £3,000
- All conditions. All ages.
Are you covered for travel in the pandemic?
There are a few things to check first, as it needs to be safe for you to travel to make sure you’re covered:
- You must be fit to travel
- The FCO must NOT have advised against travel to your destination
- You must follow the local government advice for your destination, checking and following their guidelines and entry requirements
You can then be covered for emergency medical expenses or cancellation relating to COVID-19, when you have travel insurance with enhanced Coronavirus cover. If you’re an existing policyholder, you can read our Frequently Asked Questions if your trip is affected by Covid-19.
Your stroke was only minor/your stroke occurred many years ago, do you still need to declare it?
Yes, you will need to declare your stroke regardless of how long ago it occurred or it’s level of severity.
You have medical conditions that occur as symptoms of your stroke, do you need to declare them separately?
If you are in doubt about whether your conditions are covered under ‘stroke’ then our expert Customer Care Team can offer help. You can contact them via Live Chat.
What will affect the price of your policy?
The premium you’re offered is calculated using many factors including:
- Medical condition.
We are able to accurately calculate the risk of your medical conditions, including stroke, by using 15 years of comprehensive claims data.
The older we become the more likely we are to need to make a claim. This is calculated into the premium we can provide you.
There are many factors that affect how a destination may affect your premium. A main one is that in some countries healthcare is more expensive.
If you are on holiday for a longer duration then your premium will reflect this.
We provide you with a selection of stroke travel insurance quotes calculated based on these factors. You can then select the policy that best suits your needs.
Annual multi-trip or single trip?
An annual multi-trip policy allows you to travel multiple times within a year. The maximum duration of these trips varies between policies. However, it is usually between 31 to 45 days.
If you need a longer trip duration or, if you only plan on travelling once in the year, then a single trip travel insurance policy may be right for you.
What will affect the price of your policy?
We calculate the premiums you’re displayed using multiple factors. These include age, trip duration, destination and pre-existing medical conditions.