How is a Pre-existing Condition Defined in Travel Insurance?

A pre-existing condition typically refers to any illness, injury, or medical condition that existed before your travel insurance policy's start date. This includes conditions that have been diagnosed, as well as those for which you've received treatment or experienced symptoms, regardless of a formal diagnosis. It's crucial to disclose all such conditions when applying for insurance, even if they seem minor, to ensure full coverage and avoid potential issues during claims.

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