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Travel Insurance

Infographics: Most Common Travel Accidents

Infographics: Most Common Travel Accidents

Accidents can happen at any time – even while you’re traveling. Avoiding these common accidents is not guaranteed, but being aware and taking extra precautions while traveling can go a long way.

The most common travel accidents include injuries, illnesses, traffic collisions, and pickpocket or mugging scenarios. While being aware is important, having travel insurance gives travelers an extra level of protection, providing coverage for common travel accidents such as these.


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