I believe this is one warning that US Citizen should take heed. I recently spoke to a client preparing to travel to Nigeria. She is currently in a neighboring country and is taking additional measures before her trip. Due to the increased violence, my client purchased an Accidental Death and Dismemberment policy which includes war and terrorism coverage. If you are traveling to Nigeria or countries which the US State Department has issued warnings, then please contact us for war and terrorism medical and AD&D insurance. – Adam Bates, Vice President, Insurance Services of America. Read More »
37 days and counting until the Summer Olympics…
Not all of us are as quick on our feet as the athletes we’ll watch at the Summer Olympic games. So while you may be fortunate enough to get to participate as a spectator, like most of us you may be clumsy at times, prone to accidents, or have a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. We certainly hope everyone’s trip to the Olympics is trouble-free, but just in case, our final installment of our Guide to London’s games offers useful tips on how to find help if you need it. Ready? Set…go!
How Do I Get Medical Care?
While medical services are widely available in London, free care under the National Health System (NHS) is allowed only for Read More »
The Department of State has issued this Travel Warning to inform U.S. citizens traveling to or living in Haiti about the security situation in Haiti. This replaces the Travel Warning dated August 8, 2011, to update information regarding the crime level, the prevalence of cholera, lack of adequate infrastructure – particularly in medical facilities – seasonal severe inclement weather, and limited police protection. The United Nations’ Stabilization Force for Haiti (MINUSTAH) remains in Haiti. Read More »
The Summer Olympics are almost here!
In just 39 days, London will treat the world to its Summer Olympics Opening Ceremonies. If you’re lucky enough to be there in person, this second installment of our 3-part Guide to London’s Games, offers information on what London is doing to keep you and thousands of spectators safe during the Summer Olympic games. Here we go…
Is London Safe?
Kroll Security Analysts reports that there is a moderate risk for crime in London, although the overall crime rate fell by one percent in 2010 from 2009 figures, according to the London Metropolitan Police. In January 2012, the secretary-general of Interpol said his organization uncovered no specific intelligence indicating a threat to the Olympic Games by militants.
The most serious crime threat to foreigners in London comes from Read More »
The world will soon train itself on London, England as the city hosts the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Spectators from across the globe will travel to London see the world’s best athletes compete to win gold. In this 3-part Guide to London’s Games, we’ll address a few questions and welcome your feedback. Let’s go!
Can I Still Get Tickets?
According to a recent search at www.CoSport.com, tickets are still available for certain competitions, including some basketball, gymnastics and volleyball tournaments. There are still Olympic Games you can watch even without tickets. Read More »