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► Emergency medical expenses whilst you travel/stay abroad.
► Emergency medical transportation to India.
► Repatriation of mortal remains.
► Any dental emergency expenses following an accident.
► Compensation following accidental injuries.
► Cost of loss of traveler's checked-in baggage.
► Reasonable expenses incurred for obtaining new passport.
► Expenses on emergency purchase of consumables due to any delay in handing over traveller's checked in baggage by the carrier for more than 12 hours.
► Delay in flight.
► Expenses relating to travel and accommodation incurred due to missed departure/connection.
► Hijack distress.
► Any legal liability that may be fastened upon the travelers, if he/she causes any bodily injury or property damage to any third party whilst on an insured trip.
► Any travel expenses incurred in sending a substitute employee following the covered sickness/accidental injuries of the insured employee.
All Corporate Executives residing in India aged between 18 and 70 years traveling abroad on business purposes can take this insurance
Is it necessary to undergo medical tests?
Generally not required. However any proposal with adverse medical history, irrespective of the age should be accompanied by an ECG, Fasting and Postprandial Blood Sugar, Urine Strip Test and Cholesterol Profile reports duly certified by a cardiologist.
Plan and Trip options
The insurance is available for Travel worldwide including USA and CANADA, for sum insured limits of USD 1,00,000, USD 2,50,000 and USD 5,00,000.
How to buy this insurance?
Please download the form from medindia.com and send the filled in forms to
A-113, Anna nagar, Chennai-600102,Tamilnadu , India
Ph: 91-44-26263378, Fax: 91-44-26263477
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