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Epilepsy Travel Insurance

Epilepsy Travel Insurance

Compare Travel Insurance coveing those with Epilepsy. Find the best policies to cover your condition fast.


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JustTravelCover.com
  • No Age Limit Travel Insurance Comparison service
  • 5% voucher code (MAX5) for MoneyMaxim users - use online or on phone
  • Company can suggest the best policies dependent on the severity of your condition and other medical conditions
  • Get an instant quote online or call via Freephone number 0800 542 7166 (Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat 9am-4pm, Sun: 10am-4pm)
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Insurance Choice
  • 10 insurers covering epilepsy - no upper limit on single trip policies (AMT variable)
  • Over 250 conditions covered without medical screening
  • Save time searching online - speak to an expert, call 0843 227 8231 for an instant quote
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Standard insurers providing optional cover including epilepsy

Insure For Travel
  • Choice of cover options
  • Covers ages to 79 (74 for Annual policies)
  • Single trip policies to 122 days (30 days for over 70s)
  • Online screening for epilepsy
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Standard insurersproviding optional cover including epilepsy

Columbus Direct
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Standard insurers providing optional cover including epilepsy

Flexicover
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Specialist insurers offering travel insurance which covers epilepsy

All Clear Travel
  • No age limit on Single Trip Policies (AMT limit 65)
  • Can cover almost any pre existing medical condition, any age or any destination
  • Can cover those who have a terminal prognosis
  • Can cover travelling companions
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Specialist insurers offering travel insurance which covers epilepsy

Avanti Travel Insurance
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Good to Go Travel Insurance
  • Specialist insurance for medical conditions
  • No age limit on Single Trip Policies (AMT limit 65)
  • Covers wide range of pre existing medical conditions including Mental Health, Severe & Terminal Conditions
  • Cover for those undertaking chemotherapy or radiotherapy
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Staysure Travel Insurance
  • Single Trip age limit 86, Annual 81 and Long Stay 76 years old
  • Over 220 pre existing medical conditions covered free
  • Travel Insurance for the over 50s with a medical condition
  • Cover for those with epilepsy
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Travelling abroad might not seem so easy for people who have epilepsy. However, Epilepsy travel insurance is available to buy at affordable prices. Find the best quotes today so that you can stop worrying and enjoy your travels to the fullest.

Benefits of epilepsy travel insurance

The main benefit of this type of insurance is that it allows travellers who have epilepsy to go abroad with peace of mind and without having to worry about extra medical costs in case something happens. With this service, people with epilepsy and there families are free to enjoy themselves as they travel the world.

Its also important if you are travelling with someone who has epilepsy or has had an epileptic fit in the past to ensure your insurance covers you against cancellation costs in case your companion should have a relapse. If it is not declared you could find the cost of your holiday is at risk. Obviously it is easiest if you are all insured on the same policy, as this avoids any confusion.

Travelling with epilepsy travel insurance

Travellers with epilepsy might experience paying more for their travel policies. Specific needs require specific deals, and this normally increases the price. However for those who have not had a recent fit or seizure, and whose condition is controlled with a one type of medicine could find that the additional premium is less than £5 - a low price to pay for the piece of mind having proper cover delivers. Make sure you shop around to find the very best type of epilepsy travel insurance.

How expensive is epilepsy travel insurance?

For a certain price, travellers with specific medical conditions such as epilepsy will be able to travel abroad knowing that if anything happens they are covered and have an insurance company supporting them. How much it costs depends on your individual circumstances, where you are travelling to and what your health issue may be.

However, the best prices and premiums could be found simply by shopping around and comparing epilepsy travel insurance.

Tips for finding epilepsy travel insurance quotes

Remember that you should always tell the truth when making an application for insurance. Even if you have only had an epileptic incident once, many years ago - it is always recommended that you shop around for the best policies and always tell the truth.

If you do not reveal you full state of health and make a claim on your insurance at a later date, it could be invalid and you'd be left to cover full medical and repatriation costs back to the UK.

Will my insurance cover all types of epilepsy and seizures?

Our panel of travel insurers can help those looking for travel insurance covering almost all types of epilepsy and seizure syndromes including:

Autosomal dominant nocturnal frontal lobe epilepsy (ADNFLE), Benign centrotemporal lobe epilepsy of childhood or benign Rolandic epilepsy, Benign occipital epilepsy of childhood (BOEC), Catamenial epilepsy (CE), Childhood absence epilepsy (CAE), Dravet's syndrome, Severe Myoclonic epilepsy of infancy (SMEI), Frontal lobe epilepsy, Juvenile absence epilepsy, Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy (JME), Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), Ohtahara syndrome, Primary reading epilepsy, Progressive myoclonic epilepsy, Rasmussen's encephalitis, Symptomatic localization-related epilepsy, Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE), Tuberous Sclerosis (TSC) and West syndrome.

This information is based on journalistic investigation and research. It is not financial advice. Any information should be considered in regard to specific circumstances. Any suggestions followed up are done so at your own risk and your own research is key.

This content was last reviewed on 01/08/2013