While all short term travel insurance plans only cover for unexpected illness or injury that occur after the policy goes into effect, travel insurance plans do not offer much coverage for preventive care, dental, vision or pre-existing conditions. Limited coverage plans pay a fixed limited dollar amount for every service and treatment. The policy maximum is just the outer limit. Usually if you need to use the insurance, the percentage-based comprehensive plans would pay much more for covered situations. However, you can consider the ChoiceAmerica limited coverage plan. This plan offers an optional coverage for pre-existing conditions. If you choose the optional coverage, the plan would pay a certain amount for physicians visit, medication, lab work, hospitalization and ER visit. You can see the amounts listed in the plan brochure. Please feel free to call us at 1-866-384-9104 or email us at [email protected] if you have any further questions or need assistance buying one of these two plans.
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