What happens if a provider does not accept my travel insurance?

Your insurance policy will provide coverage at any provider of your choice. If a provider does not accept your insurance, you can pay out of pocket, submit a claim, and be reimbursed by the insurance company. Should you require further assistance, please contact our customer support team at support@visitorscoverage.com.

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