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Often referred to as corporate travel insurance, business travel insurance can protect you from financial risks and losses during work trips.
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Understanding Business Travel Insurance


Often referred to as corporate travel insurance, business travel insurance can protect you from financial risks and losses during work trips. While personal and business insurance products still offer trip cancellation and medical coverage, there are a few key differences compared to standard travel insurance.

Business travel often includes unique risks due to frequency, trip costs and busy itineraries that require transportation. Frequent business travelers may benefit from multi-trip or annual insurance plans, along with generous coverage limits for trip delays, lost luggage and stolen business devices. These types of trip policies can help combat financial losses related to work travel.

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