However, many people do not consider the risk of terrorism when they are travelling, according to Defaqto.
Defaqto has suggested that should such an event to happen, consumers should consider the implications of whether their travel insurance policy provides cover for terrorism.
An analysis of the annual and single travel insurance market found that while most providers would probably pay medical claims resulting from terrorism, travellers could lose out in the case of baggage and personal a
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