Before Bonnie Solberg booked a South Dakota vacation, she thought travel insurance might be a good idea. It was.
An even better idea: reading the fine print on her travel insurance policy before she bought it.
Solberg’s tragic story is a case study in policies that look great at first glance. But a closer examination of the fine print reveals that they may not protect you when you need them most. “Why you should always, always read the fine print on a travel insurance policy”