RoundTrip Choice Frequently Asked Questions
Below are the most frequently asked questions about the RoundTrip Choice plan from Seven Corners. If your question is not answered below then you might find the answer in the PDF brochure. You can always contact us as well with your questions.
Do you cover pre-existing medical conditions?
Pre-existing conditions are covered if you enroll in this plan within 10 days of the initial trip deposit. You must also buy coverage for the full cost of your trip.
How easy is it to file a claim?
When paying for your trip, please save all documents, as this information will be required to process any claim. Send the itemized bill to Seven Corners within 90 days, along with a completed claim form.
Can I get a refund?
Plan costs are nonrefundable after the 10-day review period. (Residents of NY and WA: plan costs are considered non-refundable at time of purchase.)
We are often asked for definitions of the following terms:
Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D)
This benefit pays a set amount if you die or lose a body part due to an accident.
This is the person will who receive the benefit if you die due to an accident.
Collision Damage Waiver
This is an optional benefit which provides rental car coverage.
If you are traveling to multiple destinations, please choose all of them from the dropdown menu in the online application.
Flight Accident per Trip
This is an optional benefit which provides additional Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) coverage while you are traveling on an airplane.
Initial Trip Deposit Date
This is the first date that you made payment of any type for your trip. It is important because some benefits are available within a limited time from the date of deposit.
Insured or Insureds
This is anyone listed on the policy and covered by the policy.
Primary or Primary Insured
This is the person who is listed first on the policy and typically the main point of contact.
This is the tour operator, cruise line, hotel, airline, etc., that coordinates or supplies travel arrangements for you.
For additional definitions, view our Glossary of Insurance Terms