Will travel insurance cover after the policy as expired for treating injury that happened before the policy expired?

Yes, most policies have a provision called the "Benefit Period" that contiunes to provide coverage up to a certain number of days or weeks for any treatment that was started while the policy was active. Read more details here: Benefit Period: A Savior, If Your Travel Medical Insurance Expires or is Not Renewable

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