Why do I get from Liberty TravelStar insurance?
Liberty TravelStar compensates you and your family in the event of personal accident, illness, accidental death, travel losses and travel inconveniences when you are overseas. Travel inconveniences would comprise of the following situations:
- Cancellation of trip due to bodily injury, sickness, or even death of yourself or your family members
- You trip was cut short due to the same reasons above
- Delay of flight as a result of bad weather, mechanical fault, or technical error on the carrier
- Emergency purchases of essential items such as toiletries and apparel due to luggage delay for more than 8 hours
- Missed travel connection because of late arrival of your previous flight
Can I contact Liberty Insurance in case of emergency when I am overseas?
By all means, yes! It is just a phone call away and they will provide emergency assistance wherever you are at all times.
I am a frequent traveller, do I have to get a new policy every time I fly?
This plan offers various period of cover, they range from as short as 1 to 5 days, to as long as one year. Plan your trip carefully and get an insurance with adequate coverage period or you will find yourself overspending a whole lot just on insurance.
For example, if you are going away from Malaysia to Asia region for a minimum of 4 months, it is better off getting the annual coverage that costs only RM224 than buying a monthly policy at a cost of RM72 x 4 = RM288. Be a smart traveller!
What are the main terms and conditions of this insurance?
Below are the main terms and conditions that you need to bear in mind before buying the Liberty TravelStar:
- Liberty TravelStar insurance is only available to those that haven't commenced their journey or trip. Get it ready early before it's too late!
- If the purpose of your trip to overseas is to seek for medical treatment, this is not the insurance that you are looking for.
- If you opt for a family plan, it'll covers you, your spouse ,and accompanying children the age of 18 years and below. Any child above 18 years old has to get a separate individual policy.