Yes, travel medical insurance provides coverage for new, unexpected sicknesses and injuries. If the incident occured on or after the policy effective date, and if the injuries the insured suffers from are due to an accident that occured on or after the policy's effective date, then the treatment will certainly be covered by any of our visitors plans. Please be sure to collect all receipts/bills from the facility where you receive treatment. For instructions on how to file a claim, check out How to File a Claim.
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