Given our "pre-existing condition", can anyone recommend a travel insurance provider that gives you a fair go when it comes to the medical side of the policy?
I am planning to travel to Thailand in February and am having a hard time finding decent coverage?
Any suggestions will be gratefully welcomed.
We used AAMI for our post-chemo holiday, with no problems. Mind you, we didn't have to claim, so I can't really say how it would have been if anything went wrong. However, I can tell you that you will love Thailand! We've been 3 times, and adored it. The food is fantastic, the people are lovely and the scenery is beautiful (and it's mega cheap, too!) Have a brilliant time.
Thank you for the tips.
This is the holiday I promised myself whilst in hospital, post surgery.
I've already started planning things..... I'm not travelling until February. I'm a little bit too organised for my own good.
I've used QBE and AAMI. They are generally OK with giving you insurance but it will not cover anything to do with a pre=existing condition, i.e. cancer. So if you walk under a bus you will be covered.
Thanks for the advice everyone. Insurance has been sorted. I have gone with Bupa (my health cover people). Cancer & AIHA not covered due to per existing condition clauses, but has good cover for everything else....only 11 weeks to go now!
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