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When you’ve got a kidney condition, it’s important that your travel insurance covers this along with any other pre-existing health conditions.
That way, you can go on your holiday knowing you’ve got protection in place if the worst happens. If anything goes wrong, we’ll always aim to put it right.
When you buy a policy from us, you can manage it yourself by logging in to your My Avanti account. Here you can:
If you have questions about Covid-19 and how it affects your holiday plans, visit our Covid-19 help page.
Ever get the feeling that some insurers are just waiting to catch you out? With Avanti Travel Insurance, when we say your health conditions are covered - they’re covered.
That’s Travel Reassurance!
When Richard (1) was unable to go on his cruise to celebrate his Golden wedding anniversary, he knew that at least his travel insurance meant he was covered for the cost of his trip thanks to cancellation cover.
But a few months later, just before he was about to rebook his cruise, he was diagnosed with a new medical condition.
We were able to update Richard’s policy so that it included his new medical condition – meaning he could rebook his trip and set off with confidence.
Richard knows just how valuable it is to keep your travel insurance updated to match your health conditions. Then you can go on holiday knowing that if there’s a problem while you’re away, we’ll help you take it in your stride.
|Cancellation and cutting your holiday short||£1,000||£5,000||£7,500|
|Medical emergency and repatriation||£5 million||£10 million||Unlimited|
|Money and passport cover||£300||£500||£600|
|Personal liability||£2 million||£2 million||£2 million|
As long as you’ve had the vaccines you’ve been offered for Covid-19, you should be covered. If you haven’t been offered both doses yet or you’re medically exempt then you can also be covered.
If you’ve refused any doses of the vaccine or haven’t been able to have a dose you’ve been offered, you won’t be covered.
To make sure your travel insurance suits your needs, we’ll ask you a few simple questions about your kidney condition and any other pre-existing health conditions.
The questions you’ll be asked will depend on your particular kidney condition, but you can expect questions like the following:
If you’re planning a holiday to Europe, you’ll need to take a free GHIC (or an EHIC) as a condition of our travel insurance.
When the United Kingdom left the European Union, the GHIC replaced the EHIC as the means for accessing free or subsidised healthcare in selected European countries. Before you travel, make sure you check that your destination is covered by GHIC, just so you’re ready if you do need any emergency or necessary treatment for your kidney condition during your trip.
Remember, your GHIC is not the same as having good health conditions travel insurance. For example, it won’t cover you if you need to cancel your holiday.
Your GHIC helps reduce your medical costs where subsidised healthcare is available. If you can use your GHIC and have to pay a subsidised fee for your treatment, we’ll remove the excess fee on medical emergency claims for you.
If you are awaiting or having dialysis, you may be able to get Single Trip Travel Insurance, depending on where you’re travelling to.
We can offer single trip cover, for the following locations, but please note this would exclude all pre-existing health conditions. This means if you needed to claim for a medical emergency that was caused directly or indirectly by the health conditions you’ve told us about, we wouldn’t be able to cover you.
You’ll still be covered for medical emergencies and cancellation, as long as they aren’t related either directly or indirectly to your pre-existing conditions. But you’ll still be covered for baggage, lost money and passports.
Yes you can, and it’s something we recommend over several individual policies. That’s because if one of you has an emergency that causes the holiday to be cancelled – and if you’re all on the same policy, you’re all covered. That’s unlikely to always be the case if you have all bought your policies separately.
Buying your policy together isn’t just convenient. It means you and your family are spared the worry that a medical emergency will come with a financial burden. Instead you can be covered for the cost of your holiday.
We may be able to cover you for your holiday with a single trip policy when your kidney condition is terminal.
We know you’re not defined by having a terminal condition and you may want to enjoy time with friends and family on holiday. But before you go on your trip, it’s really important to make sure it’s safe for you to travel. Speak to your doctors about your travel plans and they’ll be able to give you advice on whether you’re fit to travel. Once you’ve been given the go-ahead, it’s always best to make sure your plans are covered by specialist travel insurance.
Having a terminal kidney condition may not stop you from being insured with us. We’ll need to know that your life expectancy is more than six months after you return back from holiday and that it’s safe for you to travel.
To find out more, or to get a quote for your trip, get in touch with our friendly team on 0800 888 6195, we’re based right here in the UK.
Yes, please let us know as soon as possible.
If you forget to let us know about any of your health conditions, this may affect the validity of your policy and you may not be covered.
If you call our Customer Services Team they will be more than happy to help you update your policy.
Talk to us today on 0800 888 6195. Or, you can get a quote online.