New research by the British ..

New research by the British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) has shown that 78% of travel insurance providers surveyed do not provide terrorism cover for medical costs as standard. In addition, only 29% of providers that do not offer terrorism cover allow a 'write-back' facility for medical expenses and repatriation. Graeme Trudgill, technical services manager at Biba, said: "These figures show there is consumer detriment around the provision of terrorism cover in travel insurance policies

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