If my Schengen visa is denied, can I cancel my travel insurance plan?

Yes, if you cancel the policy before the start date, the premium should be fully refunded. If cancelled after the start date, the premium may be refunded on a prorated basis with a cancellation fee, but only if no claims have been submitted.

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