Travel insurance rules breakthrough

Wastnage, Justin
May 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;5/25/2007, Issue 49, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues related to travel insurance rules in Australia. It is claimed that the Insurance Ombudsman Service (IOS) held a meeting with the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) to clarify the current position of travel insurance rules. It is claimed that insurance disputes have increased between traveler and insurer due to unclear travel policies offered by insurance agents.


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