CSA Freestyle and CSA Freestyle Luxe travel insurance information that our clients need to keep in mind for their vacation travels. We include some basic information on Trip Cancellation benefits. We also have added key reasons to purchase CSA travel as well as key areas to keep I mind when purchasing this great travel insurance plan.
Why you should purchase CSA Travel Protection?
- The CSA Freestyle has $50,000 & the CSA Freestyle Luxe has $250,000 Emergency Medical coverage. CSA is always secondary insurance.
- You have to get the CSA Freestyle Luxe policy no later than 24 hours after your final trip payment. This will cover supplier financial default
- You have to buy the CSA Freestyle policy no later than 24 hours after your final trip payment. .
- The lowest trip cost you can cover is $0. This means you don’t have trip cancellation or pre-existing conditions coverage.
- CSA’s maximum trip length is 90 days
- The CSA Freestyle plans do not exclude pre-existing conditions of immediate family members who are not scheduled or booked to travel with you.
- CSA covers expenses for the following Physician-ordered medical services: services of legally qualified Physicians and graduate nurses, charges for Hospital confinement and services, local ambulance services, prescription drugs and medicines, and therapeutic services, incurred by you within one year from the date of your Sickness or Injury during a Trip.
- You have a 10 day Free Look Period
- You get 150% trip interruption
- CSA covers revocation of the Insured’s previously granted leave or re-assignment.
- Identity Theft Resolution Services are available for six full months, beginning on trip departure day
Things to Keep in Mind
- CSA’s Emergency Medical & Medical Evacuation Limits are per policy, not per person
- The CSA Freestyle policy does not cover supplier financial default
- The CSA Freestyle and Freestyle Luxe plans are not available until your departure date is less than 18 months in the future.
Good Neighbor Insurance provides a variety of trip cancellation plans that fit any and every budget. Please go hear for all of our different options:
- Trip Cancellation or delayed arrival at your destination due to Sickness, Injury or death of you, your Family Member or Traveling Companion that occurs before departure on your Trip. The Sickness or Injury must commence while coverage is in effect, require the examination by a Physician, in person, at the time of Trip Cancellation or delay and, in the written opinion of the treating Physician, be so disabling as to prevent you from taking your Trip or delay your arrival on your Trip.
- Trip Interruption due to Sickness, Injury or death of you, your Family Member or Traveling Companion. The Sickness or Injury must commence while you are on your Covered Trip, require the examination by a Physician, in person, at the time of Trip Interruption and, in the written opinion of the treating Physician, be so
- Mandatory evacuation or public official evacuation advisements where there is no mandatory evacuation issued by local government authorities at your destination due to adverse weather or natural disaster. In order to cancel or interrupt your Covered Trip, you must have 4 days or 50%
of your total Covered Trip length or less remaining on your Covered Trip at the time the mandatory evacuation ends;
- Being directly involved in a documented traffic accident while en route to departure.
- Being called into active military service in the event of a natural disaster.
- Being hijacked, quarantined (except as a result of a pandemic or epidemic), required to serve on a jury, or required by a court order to appear as a witness in a legal action.
- Your primary residence is made Uninhabitable by fire, flood or natural disaster.
- Your Accommodation at your destination made Uninhabitable by fire, flood, volcano, earthquake or other natural disaster.
- Common Carrier delays resulting from inclement weather, mechanical breakdown or organized labor strikes.
- Arrangements cancelled by an airline, cruise line, motor coach company or tour operator resulting from inclement weather, mechanical breakdown, or organized labor strikes.
- Arrangements cancelled by a tour operator, cruise line, airline rental car company, hotel, condominium, railroad, motor coach company , or other supplier of travel services resulting from Financial Insolvency.
- A documented theft of passports or visas.
- A transfer of employment of 250 miles or more.
- A Terrorist Act, which occurs in your departure city or in a city that is a scheduled destination for your Trip, provided the Terrorist Act occurs within 7 days of the Scheduled Departure Date of your Trip.
- Your involuntary termination of employment or layoff that occurs more than 15 days after your effective date and was not under your control. You must have been continuously employed with the same employer for 1 year prior to the termination or layoff.
- Your or your Traveling Companion’s or traveling Family Member’s approved, written military leave involuntarily revoked as a result of being temporarily or permanently reassigned, being called to active military reserve or an extension of deployment beyond a defined tour of duty within 30 days of your departure date . All leave must be approved prior to the Policy effective date. Full or partial mobilization or mass reassignment of Armed Forces, invocation of the War Powers Act, base or unit mobilization is not covered;
- The primary or secondary school where you or your traveling Family Member or Traveling Companion attend(s) must extend its operating session beyond its predefined school year, due to unforeseeable events commencing during the policy effective period, which cause the extension of the predefined school year and the travel dates for the Covered Trip fall within the period of the school year extension. Extensions due to extracurricular or athletic events are not covered;
- Your host at your destination is hospitalized or dies.