Who Will Evacuate You If You’re Badly Hurt in a Remote Locale? Global Rescue Highlighted in About.com Adventure Travel

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September 20, 2013

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“Are you covered if you fall during a hike on the Inca Trail in Peru and you need to be evacuated? How about if you’re on a safari in an African jungle and one of the animals comes too close and you get hurt?

These are questions posed to adventure travelers by About.com Adventure Travel writer Lois Friedland. Too often, travelers learn too late that their travel insurance covers less than they thought, and that no one is coming to assist them after an injury.

Friedland spoke with Global Rescue CEO and founder Dan Richards about the company and the services it offers.  Global Rescue “is not travel insurance, it’s more like AAA for your body, rather than your car,” explains Richards. Unlike most companies, Global Rescue will deploy personnel to the site of injury or illness.

Read the full article here.



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