CAA Assistance is available to help you 24 hours per day, 365 days a year
When travelling with CAA Travel Insurance, CAA Assistance is there to help you in the event of an emergency. CAA Assistance agents will help you to coordinate your care and claims from the start. You have access to multilingual interpreters, advice on appropriate physicians and hospitals, and assistance with communications with your family and physician, where applicable.
What to do if you need CAA Assistance
Have your policy number or Declaration Page with you at all times. If you are in need of assistance contact CAA Assistance at the telephone number(s) listed below:
Email if calling is not possible: firstname.lastname@example.org
What happens when you call CAA Assistance?
CAA Assistance will work closely with you to:
|Direct you to medical attention at your trip destination, wherever possible||Monitor your care to ensure that your medical needs are met|
|Pay medical providers directly, whenever possible||Provide multilingual interpreters to communicate with physicians and hospitals|
|Contact your family and physician on your behalf||Approve and arrange air ambulance transportation when medically necessary|
Prior to receiving all relevant medical information, we will handle your emergency assuming you are eligible for benefits under this policy and you will be reminded that any services rendered are subject to the terms and conditions of this policy. if it is later determined that a policy term, limitation, condition, and exclusion, general and specific, applies to your claim, you will be required to reimburse us for any payments we have made on your behalf.
Where a claim is payable we will arrange, wherever possible, to have any medical expenses billed directly to us.
Why are you required to call CAA Assistance?
If CAA Assistance is not notified, you may receive medical treatment or services which are not considered medically necessary as defined by this policy and benefits will be limited to:
1. In the event of hospitalization, 80% of eligible expenses based on reasonable and customary costs to a maximum of $25,000; and
2. In the event of out-patient medical consultation, a maximum of one visit per sickness or injury.
You will be responsible for the payment of any remaining charges.
|•||CAA Assistance must approve benefits in advance. Check the benefits section of your coverage(s).|
|•||Trip Cancellation claims must be reported within one business day of the event forcing cancellation. If you do not call, you may sustain reduced benefits due to cancellation penalties. Benefits payable apply to those charges which are in effect on the day of the loss.|
|•||Trip Interruption claims must be reported immediately to ensure that you do not incur expenses that are not covered benefits.|
If you pay eligible expenses directly to a health service provider without prior approval by CAA Assistance, these services will be reimbursed to you on the basis of the reasonable and customary costs that would have been paid directly to such provider by the Insurer. Medical charges that you pay may be higher than this amount, therefore you will be responsible for any difference between the amount you paid and the reasonable and customary costs reimbursed by the Insurer.
CAA Travel Insurance is underwritten by Orion Travel insurance Company
This website is intended for promotional and informational purposes and is not an insurance policy. It is not an offer of insurance. It contains some information about coverages offered by Orion Travel Insurance Company but it does not list all of the conditions and exclusions that apply to the described coverages.