We can help you compare prices for travel insurance with a pre-existing medical condition. We work with dozens of trusted UK providers to help you find a great deal on your travel insurance.
A pre-existing medical condition is usually defined as an illness you already have before or when you buy travel insurance.
It is important to be as honest as you possibly can. If there are inconsistencies with the information you give, you may find that your policy won’t be valid. Or, any claims you make could get rejected, also voiding your policy. This means that should you need any medical attention while you are on holiday, you will have to pay for all the fees yourself.
To declare a medical condition, fill out the questions on the travel insurance with a pre-existing condition page. You’ll need to give a few basic details about yourself, your trip, and the amount of cover you’re looking for.
On the second step of the quote, you’ll be asked questions about your health – this is where you can disclose any conditions you have.
On the third step you’ll see your results, which will list quotes from insurers that can provide cover for your trip. The price you see will include an extra premium for your medical cover.
I take medication for my condition; do I still need to declare?
Yes, you must declare all conditions. If you are unsure, please contact the insurer before buying a policy., You can find the contact details on the insurer’s website.
I can’t find my medical condition
If you’re having trouble finding your medical condition on the site, firstly check the spelling as it’s an easy mistake to make. Remember, we need to know the condition you have been diagnosed with, rather than the symptoms or the treatment. If unsure, please speak to your GP to clarify.