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Travel-ex Protect-Assist Cancel for work reasons


stipmom

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"j) the Insured or Traveling Companion is required to work during his/her scheduled Trip. He/she must provide proof of requirement to work, such as a notarized statement signed by an officer of his/her employer; In the situation of self-employment, proof of self-employment and a notarized statement confirming that the Insured is unable to travel due to his or her job obligations will be required."

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I made a mistake-It is Travel Guard. If my husband has to cancel for work reasons would I be covered also or would they expect me to go without him?

 

When it comes to these types of items since a lot of money is at stake, my biggest recommendation is to deal directly with the insurance carrier on these types of questions rather than people on the board. Give them a call and then have them either show you where in the policy answer to your questions exist or have them send it to you in writing.

 

Keith

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