Here’s a truly strange case, brought to you by the H1N1 virus and our friends at Access America.
You might say Marian Levin’s claim was denied on a technicality. An important technicality that I’ll get to in a moment. But it’s how her problem was resolved that’s even more interesting: Her travel insurance company turned down her claim and a subsequent appeal but then mailed her a check anyway.
All of which goes to show that if you don’t like the first (or second, or third) answer from a travel insurance company, just keep asking.
Levin explains what happened to her:
“Travel insurance claim denied, denied, denied — oh, never mind!”