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Old 07-06-2007, 07:50 AM
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Hi,

My mother is visiting us, how/from where to take Visitor Medical Insurance? Any input is greatly appreciated.

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Old 07-06-2007, 08:14 AM
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I am from India...Here are some details.

The travels in India will help a lot in these matters.

My parents got from ICICI. I also heard that Reliance is good to.

The insurance mainly covers the hospital charges in case of hospital admission. Not that great for office visits.

If the age is more than 60, the insurance is almost doubled..
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I think WorldMed insurance is excellent. Check this...

http://www.travelinsure.com/what/wmedhigh.htm?32701
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Post TataAIG Insurance is also good

I have used TataAIG insurance from India on 4-5 occasions for my in laws and my parents and I found it to be good. On one occasion we also got around $4000 reimbursed from them (in Indian Rupees) for the hospital expenses incurred for my in laws. Here is my take on the Visitor Insurance.

You have two options -

1> Get visitor medical insurance from USA (various company names are at www.samachar.com).
Advantages - Dont have to pay money upfront for hospital charges, but its kinda expensive then insurance from India.

2> Get visitor medical insurance from India
Advantages - this can cover insurance when in-flight also and for luggage also.
Disadvantages - Might have to pay money upfront for hospital expenses, and get reimbursed back in India.

Please note that this can be different from vendor to vendor. Also any existing ailments are not covered.
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Default Buy insurance from American Insurance company

My advise is to buy insurance from some local (means american company). The main reason is when you buy insurance from overseas company (even UK based) hospitals here don't honor them and you may be in big trouble. Also I per my first hand experience, Its very hard to get any reimbursments from Indian Insurance company, it takes months to get your money back.

Try www..com and you will get different options. But again do your own research and take your chances.
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