Try Staysure. They specialise in over 50's and cover pre existing medical conditions. Ours, which covers us for a full year,was £199 and covered Angina for hubby and Crohn's Disease for me. If no medical conditions apply, it's much cheaper. Good luck and have a lovely holiday. Enjoy. Moyra
We use www.etravelinsurance.co.uk. Very reasonable for a family of four (my wife had a brain heamorrhage in 2008 and now suffers from epilepsy) Last year I was stung on the lip and needed injections and anti-biotics their excess waiver option (costs a little more but worth it when you have children) meant they settled the entire bill within two weeks of making our claim.
Message posted by Kernowman on 20 May 2010 at 6:50pm - IP Logged
Some one recomended atlasdirect on this forum to me 5 years ago & Ive used them ever since BUT I have never claimed & realy you probley only get to know how good any insurance company is, is when you have to make a claim.
If you take out a M & S premium credit card, which costs £10 per month, it covers you for travel insurance for your family. However you would have to take out another one for your in laws too.
Included in the £10 per month are vouchers for 4 cups of coffee to drink in their cafe, also they send you a gift on your birthday and 4 other times a year. I reckoned it up for us, ie my husband who is 77 and myself and as we tend to go abroad more than once a year, it turned out to be a realistic price. I have an 96 year old aunty who fell 3 years ago in Portugal and broke her femur,
M & S insurance were great with her claim, so I had no qualms about taking their insurance out. Certainly worth looking into
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