What does “medically stable” mean?

Short Answer

In terms of travel insurance, medically stable means that either you haven’t been diagnosed with a medical condition or that you are cleared by a doctor to travel with your current medical condition(s).

More Detail

To be eligible for coverage, you must be considered medically stable when you purchase a travel insurance policy. In the event of a claim, you will be required to provide documentation indicating that you were medically stable at the time you purchased the policy.

Documentation may include a physician’s statement, medical records, or a medical authorization form.

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