Diabetes Travel Insurance from Just Travel Cover
Travel Insurance for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes.
With the right Travel Insurance in place, people with diabetes can enjoy travelling with peace of mind. It’s important to get the right Travel Insurance for diabetics, should there be an emergency while you’re abroad. We want you to relax and enjoy your holiday knowing your medical expenses will be taken care of if needed.
We offer Travel Insurance to cover both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. At Just Travel Cover We aim to provide a quick and easy online quotation process that gives us a more detailed description of your diagnosis, so we can tailor a Travel Insurance policy to your health requirements.
Travel Insurance for Diabetes FAQs
Frequently asked questions about Travel Insurance for Diabetes.
What is Travel Insurance for Diabetes?
What does Diabetic Travel Insurance cover?
Are my travel options limited if I have diabetes or does Travel Insurance cover me anywhere?
Does having diabetes affect the cost of my Insurance?
Is there an upper age limit for Diabetes Travel Insurance?
Will Just Travel Cover compare Diabetes Travel Insurance on my behalf?
Travel Insurance for Diabetes – Your Cover
- Cancellation/ curtailment up to £12,500 (£30,000 on referral)
- Missed departure up to £1,500 per person
- Baggage up to £3,000 per person
- Personal Liability up to £2 million per person
- Zero excess policies available
Medical Cover for Diabetes
- Emergency medical expenses and repatriation up to £15 million
- 24/7 emergency medical assistance
- Cover for all types of diabetes
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Diabetes Travel Insurance – Instant Quote Online or By Phone
It is quick and easy to get a quote online.
You will need to complete a straightforward medical screening and tell us:
- Do you take insulin for diabetes?
- Details of any unplanned hospital admissions
- If you’ve ever been a smoker
- If you have related conditions such as angina/heart attack, kidney impairment, liver damage, nerve damage, retinal damage, or peripheral vascular disease
- If you’ve ever been advised to take medication for high blood pressure or high cholesterol
To ensure you are fully protected against unexpected high medical bills while you are travelling, it’s important you answer all questions completely and accurately, particularly because diabetes is a contributing factor in many other medical conditions.
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