Safe Travels International - US citizens or anyone traveling outside their home country, but not visiting the United States
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Safe Travels International / Cost Saver Plans – Outbound

Safe Travels International offers international health insurance plans for US citizens or anyone traveling outside their home country, but not visiting the United States. Rates are based on age and plan options. This plan is appropriate for international student health insurance. Coverage can be purchased online for a minimum of five (5) days up to a maximum of one year. If a minimum of one month is purchased, the policy term may be renewed with uninterrupted coverage for up to 24 consecutive months. We accept Visa and MasterCard. Policy documents and ID cards are issued online immediately upon payment of the premium. Coverage can be applied for online or download a brochure to mail or fax with payment.

About The Safe Travels International / Cost Saver Plans

There are two main types of travel medical plans; primary and\ secondary/excess. Our Safe Travels Medical Insurance offers primary coverage, which will take care of\ your covered expenses, regardless of other insurance, up to an amount you choose with flexible deductible options and add on coverage for specific needs. Safe Travels Cost Saver is a secondary/excess plan which provides all the options available under Safe Travels Medical Insurance but coordinates and covers medical expenses your primary health plan doesn't, such as deductibles, co-insurance and medical evacuation. Cost Saver plan rates are approximately 15% cheaper on average than our Safe Travels Medical Insurance. If you have no other coverage the Cost Saver plan becomes primary coverage. No matter which plan you choose, travel medical insurance is a must when planning a trip out of your home country.

  • U.S Citizens/residents traveling Abroad
  • Foreign Nationals Traveling to Schengen country
  • $50,000 to $1,000,000 medical benefit options
    (Age 70-79 - $100,000 or Age 80+ $50,000)
  • Deductible options: $0, $50, $100, $250, $500, $1000, $2500 & $5000
  • Co-Insurance: 100% of all covered Expenses up to policy maximum.
  • Any Doctor or Any hospital- NO PPO Network required
  • Coverage from 5 days to 1 year and renewal up to 2 years

Medical Insurance 5 days to 1 year Renewable up to 2 yrs

Plan: 1 – Safe Travels Int'l Cost Saver - Approx. 15% cheaper on average than Safe Travels Int'l:
Brochure, Application & Rates Rates Claim forms Renewal links Get Quote & Apply Online
This is a SECONDARY travel medical plan for anyone who has insurance while traveling, but would like that extra level of protection including emergency medical evacuation, repatriation and security evacuation benefits. It is a temporary insurance for persons traveling to the USA and then going to other countries. Covered places include countries en-route to and those on the itinerary on the way to the USA or the way home. Cost Saver plan rates are approximately 15% cheaper on average than our Safe Travels Medical Insurance.. If you have no other coverage the Cost Saver plan becomes primary coverage.
Plan: 2 – Safe Travels Int'l - Primary Benefits- It pay these benefits without regard to any Benefits:
Brochure, Application & Rates Rates Claim forms Renewal links Get Quote & Apply Online
Safe Travels International offers international health insurance plans for US citizens or anyone traveling outside their home country, but not visiting the United States. Rates are based on age and plan options. This plan is appropriate for international student health insurance. Coverage can be purchased online for a minimum of five (5) days up to a maximum of one year. If a minimum of 45 days is purchased, the policy term may be renewed with uninterrupted coverage for up to 24 consecutive months. We accept Visa and MasterCard. Policy documents and ID cards are issued online immediately upon payment of the premium. Coverage can be applied for online or download a brochure to mail or fax with payment.

  • Benefits
    BENEFITS AT A GLANCE (Per Person)
    Medical Maximum: $50,000, $100,000, $250,000, $500,000, $1,000,000
    Deductible Options: $0, $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000, $2,500, $5,000
    Co-insurance: 100% of all Covered Expenses
    After you pay your deductible this plan will pay 100% of Covered Expenses. This plan covers Accident and Sickness Medical Expenses after the Insured satisfies any Deductible, without regard to any other Health Care Plan Benefits or to any Coordination of Benefits provision in any other Health Care Plan payable.
    Medical Expense Benefits (subject to Policy Maximum, Deductible and Co-Insurance
    Hospital Room and
    Board Charges:
    Average semi private room rate
    Ancillary Hospital Expenses: Services and supplies including operating room, laboratory tests, anesthesia and medicines when Hospital Confined. This does not include personal services of a non-medical nature.
    Medical Emergency Care (room and supplies) Expenses: Incurred within 72 hours of an Accident or Sickness and including the attending Doctor's charges, X-rays, laboratory procedures, use of the emergency room and supplies.
    ICU Room and Board Charges: Three times the average semi private room rate
    Medical Services and Supplies: Expenses for blood and blood transfusions; oxygen and its administration.
    Outpatient Medical: Usual customary charge to the selected Medical Maximum
    Emergency Medical Treatment of Pregnancy: $2,500
    Mental or Nervous Disorders: $2,500
    Physiotherapy/Physical Medicine/Chiropractic: $50 per visit per day; up to 10 visits per Policy Period
    Dental Treatment (Injury and emergency alleviation of pain): $500
    Dental Expenses for Injury or pain up to $250 including dental x-rays for the repair or treatment of each injured tooth that is whole, sound and a natural tooth at the time of the Accident and emergency alleviation of dental pain.
    Doctor Visits, X-rays and Prescriptions, Ambulance:
    Usual customary charge to the selected Medical Maximum

    Doctor Non-Surgical Treatment/Examination Expenses including the Doctor's initial visit, each Medically Necessary follow- up visit and consultation visits when referred by the attending Doctor.

    X-ray Expenses (including reading charges).

    Prescription Drug Expenses including dressings, drugs and medicines prescribed by a Doctor

    Ambulance Expenses for transportation from the emergency site to the Hospital.
    Unexpected recurrence of a pre-existing condition: The first $20,000 of Covered Expenses up to age 65 or the first $10,000 for over age 65
    The pre-existing condition exclusion is waived for the first $20,000 of Covered Expenses, up to age 65 or the first $10,000 over age 65, resulting from a sudden, unexpected recurrence of a Pre-existing Condition while traveling outside your Home Country. This benefit does not include coverage for known, scheduled, required, or expected medical care, drugs or treatments existent or necessary prior to the Effective Date of coverage.
    Other covered medical expense
    Doctor's Surgical Expenses.

    Assistant Surgeon Expenses when Medically Necessary.

    Anesthesiologist Expenses for pre-operative screening and administration of anesthesia during a surgical procedure whether on an inpatient or outpatient basis.
    Additional Benefits (not subject to Policy Maximum, Deductible or Co-Insurance)
    Accidental Death & Dismemberment Principal Sum: Insured $25,000
    Spouse/Domestic Partner/Traveling Companion $25,000
    Dependent Child $10,000
    If Injury results, within 365 days from date of Accident in any one of the losses shown below, We will pay the Benefit Amount shown below for that loss. If multiple losses occur, only one Benefit Amount, the largest, will be paid for all losses due to the same Accident.
    Covered Loss Benefit Amount
    Life 100% of the Principal Sum
    Quadriplegia 100% of the Principal Sum
    Two or more Members 100% of the Principal Sum
    Hemiplegia or Paraplegia. 75% of the Principal Sum
    One Member 50% of the Principal Sum
    Uniplegia 25% of the Principal Sum
    Thumb & Index Finger of the Same Hand 25% of the Principal Sum
    "Quadriplegia" means total Paralysis of both upper and lower limbs. "Hemiplegia" means total Paralysis of the upper and lower limbs on one side of the body. "Uniplegia" means total Paralysis of one lower limb or one upper limb. "Paraplegia" means total Paralysis of  both lower limbs or both upper limbs. "Paralysis" means total loss of use. A Doctor must determine the loss of use to be complete and not reversible at the time the claim is submitted.  "Member" means Loss of Hand or Foot, Loss of Sight, Loss of Speech, and Loss of Hearing.  "Loss of Hand or Foot" means complete Severance through or above the wrist or ankle joint.  "Loss of Sight" means the total, permanent Loss of Sight of one eye. "Loss of Speech" means total and permanent loss of audible communication that is irrecoverable by natural, surgical or artificial means. "Loss of Hearing" means total and permanent Loss of Hearing in both ears that is irrecoverable and cannot be corrected by any means. "Loss of a Thumb and Index Finger of the Same Hand" or "Loss of Four Fingers of the Same Hand" means complete Severance through or above the metacarpophalangeal joints of the same hand (the joints between the fingers and the hand). "Severance" means the complete separation and dismemberment of the part from the body.The amount payable for a Covered Loss will be reduced if you are age 70 or older on the date of the Accident causing the loss. The amount payable for your loss is a percentage of the amount that would otherwise be payable and based on age.  Age 70-74 - 65%,  Age 75-79 - 45%,  Age 80-84 - 30%,  Age 85 and older  15%.
    Coma Benefit: $10,000 per Policy Period
    If you become Comatose within 31 days of a Covered Accident or Sickness and remain in a Coma for at least 31 days.  A person is deemed "Comatose" or in a "Coma" if he or she is in a profound stupor or state of complete and total unconsciousness, as the result of a Covered Accident or Sickness.
    Felonious Assault and Violent Crime: 100% of the Principal Sum applicable to the Covered Loss to a maximum of $50,000
    We will pay benefits subject to the following conditions, when you suffer a Covered Loss resulting directly and independently of all other causes from a Covered Accident that occurs during a violent crime or felonious assault
    as described below. A police report detailing the felonious assault or violent crime must be provided before this benefit is payable. You must notify the police within 24 hours of the assault.  The Covered Accident must occur during any of the following:
    1. actual or attempted robbery or holdup;
    2. actual or attempted kidnapping;
    3. any other type of intentional assault that is a crime classified as a felony by the governing statute or common law in the location where the assault occurred.  Benefits will not be paid for treatment of any Injury sustained or Covered Loss incurred during any:
    1. violent crime or felonious assault committed by you; or
    2. felonious assault or violent crime committed upon you by a Family Member, Fellow Employee, or Member of the Same Household.
    Adaptive Home and Vehicle: $5,000 Maximum
    If you have an Injury which results in a Loss payable under the Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefit, We will pay an additional benefit equal to the least of the actual cost of the alterations or $5,000 for the one-time cost of alterations to your principal residence; and/or private automobile to make the residence accessible and/or the private automobile
    drivable or rideable. The costs must be incurred within one year from the date of accident and alterations are made by a person or persons with experience in such alterations.
    Seatbelt Benefit: 10% of Principal Sum up to a maximum benefit of $50,000
    If you die or are dismembered directly and independently from Injuries sustained while wearing a seatbelt and operating or riding as a passenger in an Automobile. An additional benefit is provided if you were also positioned in a seat protected by a properly-functioning and properly deployed Supplemental Restraint System (Airbag).  Verification of proper use of the seatbelt at the time of the Covered Accident and that the Supplemental Restraint System properly inflated upon impact must be a part of an official police report of the Covered Accident or be certified, in writing, by the
    investigating officer(s) and submitted with your claim to Us. If such certification or police report is not available or it is unclear whether you were wearing a seatbelt or positioned in a seat protected by a properly functioning and properly deployed Supplemental Restraint System, We will pay a default benefit of $2,000 to you if living, if not, then to your beneficiary. In the case of a child, "seatbelt" means a child restraint, as required by state law and being used as recommended by its manufacturer.
    Exposure and Disappearance Principal Sum
    Covers exposure to the elements after the forced landing, stranding, sinking, or wrecking of a vehicle in which you were traveling. You are presumed dead if you are in a vehicle that disappears, sinks or is stranded or wrecked and your body is not found within six months of the Covered Accident.
    Airbag Benefit: 10% up to $50,000
    Hijacking and Air or Water Piracy:
    Covers injury during the:
    1. Hijacking of an Aircraft;
    2. Air or water piracy; or
    3. Unlawful seizure or attempted seizure of an aircraft or watercraft.
    Emergency Medical Evacuation: 100% up to $2,000,000
    If you are traveling outside of your Home Country and suffer an Injury or Sickness during the course of the Trip which requires Emergency Medical Evacuation from the place where you suffer an Injury or Sickness to the nearest Hospital or other medical facility where appropriate medical treatment can be obtained; or transportation to your Home Country to obtain further medical treatment in a Hospital or other medical facility or to recover after suffering an Injury or Sickness. An Emergency Medical Evacuation includes Medically Necessary medical treatment, medical services and medical supplies necessarily received in connection with such transportation.  If after hospitalization or treatment for a covered Injury or Sickness, you are unable to continue your journey, Our designated assistance provider, in conjunction with the local attending Doctor and/or your habitual Doctor, will organize your  return to your Home Country. If the gravity of the situation so dictates, Our designated assistance provider will ensure that appropriate medical care is provided to you during the return journey. If Our designated assistance provider and the local attending medical practitioner consider you stable enough to be medically repatriated, without endangering your health, and you refuse repatriation, We will continue to pay medical expense benefits incurred after the date repatriation was recommended only up to the amount that would have been payable for the medical repatriation, subject to policy maximums and limitations.  Benefits will not be payable unless We authorize in writing or by an authorized electronic or telephonic means all expenses in advance.   Benefits will not be payable unless
    1. the Doctor ordering the Emergency Medical Evacuation certifies the severity of your Injury or Sickness requires an Emergency Medical Evacuation;
    2. all transportation arrangements made for the Emergency Medical Evacuation are by the most direct and economical conveyance and route possible;
    3. the charges incurred are Medically Necessary and do not exceed the usual level of charges for similar transportation, treatment, services or supplies in the locality where the expense is incurred; and
    4. do not include charges that would not have been made if there were no insurance.
    Political Evacuation: $25,000 Maximum per policy period
    Covers an extrication from the Host Country due to an Occurrence which could result in grave physical harm or death. You are covered if an Occurrence takes place while coverage is in effect; and while you are traveling outside of your Home Country or country of residence. Benefits will be paid for:
    1. your Transportation and Related Costs to the Nearest Place of Safety, necessary to ensure your safety and well- being as determined by the Designated Security Consultant.
    2. your Transportation and Related Costs within 14 days of the Political Evacuation to either to the country in which you are traveling while covered by the Policy; or your Home Country; or
    3. consulting services by a Designated Security Consultant for seeking information on a Missing Person or kidnapping cases, if you are kidnapped or are reported as a Missing Person to local or international authorities.  Benefits will not be payable unless We (or Our authorized assistance provider) authorize in writing, or by an authorized electronic or telephonic means, all expenses in advance, and services are rendered by Our assistance provider.   Our assistance provider is not responsible for the availability of Transport services.  Where a Political Evacuation becomes impractical due to hostile or dangerous conditions, a Designated Security Consultant will endeavor to maintain contact with you until a Political Evacuation occurs.  
    Political Evacuation Benefits are payable only once for any one Occurrence. If, after a Political Evacuation is completed, it becomes evident that you were an active participant in the events that led to the Occurrence, We have the right to recover all Transportation and Related costs from you.  We will not pay Political Evacuation Expense Benefits for expenses and fees:  
    1. payable under any other provision of the Policy.
    2. that are recoverable through your employer.
    3. arising from or attributable to an actual fraudulent, dishonest or criminal act committed or attempted by you, acting alone or in collusion with other persons.
    4. arising from or attributable to an alleged:
    1. violation of the laws of country in which you are traveling while covered under the Policy; or
    2. violation of the laws of your Home County or country of residence.
    1. due to your failure to maintain and possess duly authorized and issued required travel documents and visas.
    2. for repatriation of remains expenses.
    3. for common or endemic or epidemic diseases or global pandemic disease as defined by the World Health Organization.
    4. for medical services.
    5. for monies payable in the form of a ransom, if a Missing Person case evolves into a kidnapping.
    6. arising from or attributable, in whole or in part, to:
    1. a debt, insolvency, commercial failure, the repossession of any property by any title holder or lien holder or any other financial cause;
    2. non-compliance by you with regard to any obligation specified in a contract or license.  11.  due to military or political issues if your Security Evacuation request is made more than 30 days after the Appropriate Authority (ies) Advisory was issued.
    Repatriation of Remains: 100% up to $1,000,000
    We will pay 100% of Covered Expenses Repatriation Benefits for preparation and return of your body to your Home Country if you die due to an Injury or Sickness.  Benefits will not be payable unless We authorize in writing or by an authorized electronic or telephonic means all expenses in advance.  Covered expenses include:
    1. expenses for embalming or cremation;
    2. the least costly coffin or receptacle adequate for transporting the remains;
    3. transporting the remains by the most direct and least costly conveyance and route possible.
    Emergency Reunion: $15,000 per Policy Period
    Covers the cost of one economy airfare ticket and other local travel related expenses; or the reasonable expenses incurred for lodging and meals of your Immediate Family Member for a period of 10 days to accompany you to your Home Country or Hospital where you are confined if:  
    1. the Emergency Medical Evacuation Benefit is payable under the Policy; and
    2. you are alone outside of your Home Country; and
    3. the place of confinement is more than 100 miles from your Home Country; and
    4. expenses were authorized in advance by the Company
    Return of Minor Child(ren) or Travel Companion: $5,000
    If the Insured, age 18 or older, is the only person traveling with minor Dependent children who are under the age of  21 or a Travel Companion, suffers an Injury or Sickness and must be confined in a Hospital for at least 48 consecutive hours or is medically evacuated to another location, We will reimburse the cost of a one way economy airfare ticket and/or
    ground transportation ticket to their Home Country, not to exceed $5,000. All transportation arrangements must be made by the most direct and economical route and conveyance possible and may not exceed the usual level of charges for similar transportation in the locality where the expense is incurred. Benefits will not be paid unless all expenses are approved in advance by Us, and services are rendered by the Company's assistance provider.
    Hospital Confinement: $150 per day 15 day Maximum
    Pays a benefit when you are Hospital Confined, and all of the following conditions are met:
    1. The Hospital stay is the direct result, from no other causes, of Injuries sustained in a Covered Accident, or Sickness that occurs while the Policy is in effect.
    2. The Hospital stay begins within 3 days of a Covered Accident or Sickness and lasts for at least 3 days.  We will pay this benefit retroactive to the first day of the Hospital stay. Benefit payments will end on the first of the following
    1. the date the Hospital stay ends; or
    2. the date you die;
    3. 15th day of hospitalization; or
    4. the date the coverage terminates.
    Lost Baggage: $1000
    Coverage is provided for the replacement costs of clothes and personal hygiene items, up to $75 per article up to a $300 maximum, if your luggage is checked onto a common carrier, and is then lost, stolen or damaged beyond use. Replacement costs are calculated on the basis of the depreciated standard and its average usable period. You must file a formal claim with the transportation provider and provide Us with copies of all claim forms and proof that the transportation provider has paid you its normal reimbursement for the lost, stolen or damaged luggage.
    Trip Interruption: $7,500 maximum
    We will reimburse the cost of one way economy air and/or ground transportation ticket if your Trip is interrupted as the result of:
    1. the death of an Immediate Family Member; or
    2. your unforeseen Injury or Sickness or, the Injury or Sickness of a Traveling Companion or Immediate Family Member. The Injury or Sickness must be so disabling as to reasonably cause a Trip to be interrupted; or
    3. substantial destruction of your principal residence by fire or weather related activity; or
    4. a Medically Necessary covered Emergency Medical Evacuation to return you to your Home Country or to the area from which you were initially evacuated for continued treatment, recuperation and recovery.
    Benefit Period: 1 year from the date of the Covered Accident or Sickness
    OPTIONAL BENEFITS Upgrade AD&D
    Up to $1,000,000 is available for purchase.
    Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefit Upgrade:
    Option 1: Increase to $50,000 maximum benefit
    Additional $0.25 per person per day
    Option 2: Increase to $100,000 maximum benefit
    Additional $0.50 per person per day
    Option 3: Increase to $250,000 maximum benefit
    Additional $1.75 per person per day
    Option 4: Increase to $500,000 maximum benefit
    Additional $4.00 per person per day
    Option 5: Increase to $1,000,000 maximum benefit
    Additional $8.00 per person per day
    Persons up to age 69 are eligible for all Options
    Persons age 70-79 are eligible for Option 1 and 2
    Persons age 80 and older are eligible for Option 1 only
    Home Country/Follow Me Home Coverage
    Home Country Coverage/Follow Me Home You can cover the following by increasing the per person per day rate by 1.10 (10%): covers you upon an incidental trip to your Home Country during your period of coverage (60 days per 12 months of purchased coverage or pro rata thereof. Example: approximately 5 days per month of purchased coverage). Maximum benefit is reduced to $50,000 for any illness or injury occurring while on an incidental trip to your Home Country. This also pays Covered Expenses incurred in your Home Country up to $5,000 for conditions first diagnosed outside your Home Country.  This Benefit does not apply when an Emergency Evacuation has occurred.
    Athletic Sports Coverage
    You can cover the following by increasing the per person per day rate by 1.20 (20%): Coverage for injuries incurred during  amateur athletic activities which are non-contact and engaged in solely for entertainment, fitness, leisure or recreation purposes.   Activities not covered include amateur or professional sports or other athletic activity which is organized and/or sanctioned or which involves regular or scheduled practices, games or competitions.  Coverage may be purchased for participation in amateur, club, intramural, interscholastic or intercollegiate tennis, swimming, cross country, track, volleyball and golf. Sports not listed here must be rated and approved in writing by the Company prior to policy issue.  All professional and semi-professional sports are excluded.
    Extreme Sports/Hazardous Activities (not available to Insured's over the age of 65)
    The following need the Extreme Sports/Hazardous Activity Coverage, which can be purchased by increasing the per person per day rate by 1.25 (25%).  Aviation (except when traveling as a passenger in a commercial aircraft), Bobsleigh, BMX, Bungee Jumping, Canopying, Canyoning, Caving, High Diving, Hang Gliding,  Heli-skiing, Hot Air Ballooning, Inline Skating, Jet Skiing, Kayaking, Motorcycling Mountain Biking, Paragliding, Parasailing, Parascending, Scuba Diving, Snow Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Spelunking, Surfing, Trekking up to 3500 meters above ground and with proper ropes or guides (not exceeding Class V difficulty on the Yosemite Decimal System) Water Skiing, Wind Surfing, Whitewater Rafting (not exceeding Class V), Zip Lining, Zorbing. The following activities are always excluded under the Policy: Abseiling, BASE Jumping, Extreme Sports, Luge, Motocross, Moto-X, Mountaineering, Mountain Climbing (which exceeds Class V difficulty on the Yosemite Decimal System), Piloting any Aircraft, Racing of any kind, Rock Climbing, Rodeo Activities, Rappelling, Ski Jumping, Skydiving, Whitewater Rafting (exceeding Class V).
    War Risk
    War Risk coverage can be purchased for the following countries: Algeria, Burundi, Central African Republic, Colombia, East Timor, Ethiopia, Guinea, Haiti, India (Jammu & Kashmir Only), Iran, Lebanon, Liberia, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, Yemen and Zimbabwe. Afghanistan, Chad, Chechnya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq, Israel, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Somalia and Sudan Call Company for rates.
    DEFINITIONS (a complete list is on the certificate)
    "Accident" means a sudden, unexpected and unintended event. "Age" refers to the age of the Covered Person on his or her most recent birthday.  
    "Covered Expenses" means expenses actually incurred by or on behalf of a Covered Person for treatment, services and supplies covered by the Policy. Coverage under the Policy must remain continuously in force from the date of the Accident or Sickness until the date treatment, services or supplies are received for them to be a Covered Expense. A Covered Expense is deemed to be incurred on the date such treatment, service or supply, that gave rise to the expense or the charge, was rendered or obtained.  "Deductible" means the dollar amount of Covered Expenses that must be incurred as an out ofpocket expense by each person on a per Policy Term basis before Medical Expense Benefits and/or other Additional Benefits paid on an expense incurred basis are payable under the Policy. "Doctor" means a licensed health care provider acting within the scope of his or her license and rendering care or treatment to a Covered Person that is appropriate for the condition and locality. It will not include a Covered Person or a member of the Covered Person's Immediate Family Member or household. "Home Country" means a country from which the Covered Person holds a passport. If the Covered Person holds passports from more than one country, his or her Home Country will be that country which the Covered Person has declared to Us in writing on the application as his or her Home Country. "Hospital" means an institution that:
    1. operates as a Hospital pursuant to law for the care, treatment, and providing of in-patient services for sick or injured persons;
    2. provides 24-hour nursing service by Registered Nurses on duty or call;
    3. has a staff of one or more licensed Doctors available at all times;
    4. provides organized facilities for diagnosis, treatment and surgery, either:
    1. on its premises; or
    2. in facilities available to it, on a pre-arranged basis;
    1. is not primarily a nursing care facility, rest home, convalescent home, or similar establishment, or any separate ward, wing or section of a Hospital used as such; and
    2. is not a place solely for drug addicts, alcoholics, or the aged or any separate ward of the Hospital "Immediate Family Member" means a person who is related to the Covered Person in any of Following ways: spouse; parent (includes stepparent); child (includes legally adopted and step child); brother or sister (includes stepbrother or stepsister); parent-in-law; son or daughter–in–law; and brother- or sister-in-law.   "Injury" means accidental bodily harm sustained by a Covered Person that results directly and independently from all other causes from a Covered Accident. All injuries sustained by one person in any one Accident, including all related conditions and recurrent symptoms of these injuries, are considered a single Injury. "Medical Emergency" means a condition caused by an Injury or Sickness that manifests itself by symptoms of sufficient severity that a prudent lay person possessing an average knowledge of health and medicine would reasonably expect that failure to receive immediate medical attention would place the health of the person in serious jeopardy.  "Pre-existing Condition" means a condition, regardless of the cause of the condition, for which medical advice, diagnosis, care or treatment was recommended or received within the 3 year period before the Covered Person's coverage became effective under the Policy. The term does not include genetic information in the absence of a diagnosis of the condition related to such information. "Related Costs" means food, lodging and, if necessary, physical protection for the Covered Person during the Transport to the Nearest Place of Safety. "Sickness" means an illness, disease  or condition of the Covered Person that causes a loss for  which a Covered Person incurs medical expenses while covered under the Policy. All related conditions and recurrent symptoms of the same or similar condition will be considered one Sickness. "Traveling Companion" means a person or persons with whom you have coordinated travel arrangements, shares the same accommodations as You and intend to travel with during the Trip. "Usual and Customary Charge" means the average amount charged by most providers for   treatment, service or supplies in the geographic area where the treatment, service or supply is provided. "We", "Our", "Us" means Starr Indemnity & Liability Company or its authorized agent. "
  • Plan Description
    1. Medical Insurance
    2. AD&D and Travel Related Benefits for persons traveling outside their Home Country
    3. Coverage from 5 days to 1 year
    4. Renewable up to 2 years
    ELIGIBILITY

    Safe Travels International plan provides Accident and Sickness Medical, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, Emergency Medical Evacuation, Emergency Reunion, Political Evacuation, Trip Interruption, Repatriation, and Travel Assistance to individuals while traveling outside their Home Country, but not visiting the United States. It can provide coverage for you, your spouse/domestic partner/traveling companion and dependent children/grandchildren up to age 21 years. Coverage International Travel with Trip Cancellation is available through the Safe Travel USA or Safe Travel Care 360. Customized coverage for groups of 5 or more people is available under the Safe Travels for Groups.

    EFFECTIVE DATE

    Coverage will begin at 12:01 a.m. on the latest of the following dates:

    1. your departure from your Home Country; or
    2. the date and time your completed enrollment form and correct premium are received; or
    3. the effective date requested on the enrollment form.
    TERMINATION DATE

    Coverage will end at 12:00 a.m. on the earliest of the date:

    1. Your permanent return to your Home Country; or
    2. the termination date shown on the enrollment form for which premium has been paid; or
    3. the maximum benefit has been paid.
  • Rates: Plan: 1 - Safe Travels International Cost Saver
  • Rates: Plan: 2 - Safe Travels International
  • Exclusions

    We will not pay Medical Expense Benefits for any loss, treatment or services resulting from or contributed to by:

    1. Pre-Existing Condition -means 1. a condition, regardless of the cause of the condition, for which medical advice, diagnosis, care or treatment was recommended or received within the 24 month period before the Covered Person's coverage became effective under the Policy; 2. conditions for which the Insured Person is aware of any medical condition or set of circumstances, which could reasonably be expected to give rise to a claim; 3. or any person, including those who are not travelling, whose condition may give rise to an claim; 4. or is receiving or, is on a waiting list for or has the knowledge of the need for inpatient treatment at a hospital or nursing home; 5. or has been given a terminal prognosis. The term does not include genetic information in the absence of a diagnosis of the condition related to such information
    2. Services, supplies or treatment, including any period of Hospital confinement, which were not recommended, approved and certified as necessary and reasonable by a Physician.
    3. Suicide or any attempt thereat while sane or self-destruction or any attempt thereat while insane.
    4. Declared or undeclared war or any act thereof (except as provided by the Policy).
    5. Injury sustained while participating in a professional, semi-professional, amateur, club, intramural, interscholastic or intercollegiate sport (except as provided by the Policy).
    6. Sickness resulting from pregnancy, childbirth, miscarriage (except as provided by the Policy).
    7. Miscarriage resulting from Accident (except as provided by the Policy).
    8. Immunizations, routine physical or other examinations where there are no objective indications or impairment in normal health, or laboratory diagnostic or x-ray examinations except in the course of a disability established by the prior call or attendance of a Physician.
    9. Cosmetic or plastic surgery, except as the result of an accident.
    10. Elective surgery which can be postponed until the Covered Person returns to his or her Home Country.
    11. Any mental or nervous disorders or rest cures (except as provided by the Policy).
    12. Any dental treatment (except as provided by the Policy).
    13. Eye refractions or eye examinations for the purpose of prescribing corrective lenses for eye glasses or for the fitting thereof, unless caused by accidental bodily Injury incurred while covered under the Policy
    14. Congenital anomalies and conditions arising out of or resulting therefrom.
    15. Services, supplies, or treatment including any period of Hospital confinement which were not recommended, approved and certified as necessary and reasonable by a Doctor; or expenses which are nonmedical in nature.
    16. The ordinary cost of a one-way airplane ticket used in the transportation back to the Covered Person's country where an air ambulance benefit is provided.
    17. Expenses as a result of or in connection with intentionally self-inflicted Injury.
    18. Specific named hazards: Abseiling, Aviation (except when traveling as a passenger in a commercial aircraft), BASE Jumping, Bobsleigh, BMX, Bungee Jumping, Canopying, Canyoning, Caving, Extreme Sports, High Diving, Hang Gliding, Heli-skiing, Hot Air Ballooning, Inline Skating, Jet Skiing, Kayaking, Luge, Motocross, Motorcycling, Moto-X, Mountaineering, Mountain Biking,     Mountain Climbing, Paragliding, Parasailing, Parascending, Piloting any Aircraft,  Racing of any kind, Rock Climbing, Rodeo Activities, Rappelling, Scuba Diving, , Ski Jumping, Skydiving Snow Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Spelunking, Surfing, Trekking, Water Skiing, Wind Surfing, White Water Rafting, Zip Lining, Zorbing.
    19. Treatment paid for or furnished under any other individual or group policy, or other service or medical pre-payment plan arranged through an employer to the extent so furnished or paid, or under any mandatory government program or facility set up for treatment without cost to any individual.
    20. Pregnancy (except as provided by the Policy) or childbirth, birth control, artificial insemination, treatment for fertility or impotency, sterilization or reversal thereof or abortion.
    21. Organ transplants, marrow procedures and chemotherapy.
    22. Sexually transmitted diseases or immune deficiency disorders and related conditions.
    23. Treatment, service or supply not specifically covered by the Policy.
    24. Treatment by any Immediate Family Member or member of the Covered Person's household.
    25. Treatment of hernia, Osgood-Schlatter's Disease, osteochondritis, osteomyelitis, cardiac disease or conditions, pathological fractures, congenital weakness whether or not caused by a Covered Accident.
    26. Expense incurred for treatment of temporomandibular or craniomandibular joint dysfunction and associated myofacial pain.
    27. Elective treatment, surgery, health treatment, or examination including any service, treatment or supplies that: (a) are deemed by Us to be experimental; and (b) are not recognized and generally accepted medical practices in the United States.
    28. Contact lenses, hearing aids, wheelchairs, braces, appliances, examinations or prescriptions for them, or repair or replacement of existing artificial limbs, orthopedic braces, orthotic devices, artificial eyes and larynx.
    29. Treatment or service provided by a private duty nurse or while confined primarily to receive custodial care, educational or rehabilitative care or nursing care.
    30. Covered medical expenses for which the Covered Person would not be responsible for in the absence of the Policy.
    31. Conditions that are not caused by a Covered Accident.
    32. Vocational, recreational, speech or music therapy.
    33. Traveling against the advice of a Physician, traveling while on a waiting list for inpatient Hospital or clinic treatment, or traveling for the purpose of obtaining medical treatment abroad.
    34. Any potential fatal condition which was diagnosed before the date your coverage became effective or any  condition for which You are traveling to seek treatment.
    35. Expenses incurred in your Home Country.

    Sickness resulting from pregnancy, childbirth, miscarriage (except as provided by the Policy). With "Hernia of any kind."

    1. Intentionally self-inflicted Injury.
    2. Suicide or attempted suicide.
    3. War or any act of war, whether declared or not (except as provided by the Policy).
    4. Service in the military, naval or air service of any country.
    5. Disease or bacterial infection except for any bacterial infection resulting from an accidental external cut or wound or accidental ingestion of contaminated food.
    6. Sickness resulting from pregnancy, childbirth, miscarriage (except as provided by the Policy). With "Hernia of any kind"
    7. Piloting or serving as a crewmember or riding in any aircraft except as a passenger on a regularly scheduled or charter airline.
    8. Commission of, or attempt to commit, a felony.
    9. Injury or Sickness that occurs while the Covered Person has been determined to be legally intoxicated as determined according to the laws of the jurisdiction in which the Injury or Sickness occurred, or under the influence of any narcotic, barbiturate, or hallucinatory drug, unless administered by a Doctor and taken in accordance with the prescribed dosage.
    10. Flying in any aircraft being used for or in connection with acrobatic or stunt flying, racing or endurance tests; flying in any rocket propelled aircraft; flying in any aircraft being used for or in connection with crop dusting, or seeding or spraying, firefighting, exploration, pipe or power line inspection, any form of hunting bird or fowl herding, aerial photography, banner towing or any test or experimental purpose; flying any aircraft which is engaged in flight which requires a special permit or waiver from the authority having jurisdiction over civil aviation, even if granted.
    11. Specific named hazards: Abseiling, Aviation (except when traveling as a passenger in a commercial aircraft), BASE Jumping, Bobsleigh, BMX, Bungee Jumping, Canopying, Canyoning, Caving, Extreme Sports, High Diving, Hang Gliding, Heli-skiing, Hot Air Ballooning, Inline Skating, Jet Skiing, Kayaking, Luge, Motocross, Motorcycling, MotoX, Mountaineering, Mountain Biking,   Mountain Climbing, Paragliding, Parasailing, Parascending, Piloting any Aircraft,   Racing of any kind, Rock Climbing, Rodeo Activities, Rappelling, Scuba Diving, , Ski Jumping, Skydiving Snow Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowmobiling, Spelunking, Surfing, Trekking, Water Skiing, Wind Surfing, White Water Rafting, Zip Lining, Zorbing.
    12. All professional and semi-professional sports.
  • U.S.A Nationwide PPO Network

    The CMN network is for major medical, foreign travel and other expatriate benefit plans offering service at Centers of Excellence with over 400,000 physicians. The CMN network offers nationwide coverage across the U.S. with concentrations in metropolitan and urban cities, traditional travel states, and many rural areas. To search for providers participating in our network. For these plans you are not restricted to go to this specific list of doctors but it is recommended for easier claim process and negotiated rates.