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Long shot but just in case...
My roommate at work is pregnant and is hoping to go to the States for a week in October when her due date will be about 12 weeks away.
She's just been told by an insurance company that no insurer would insure her for travel within 14 weeks of due date. It's not a case of paying extra premiums - they say they just won't do it?
Has anyone on here successfully got insurance cover in similar circumstances - if so, who was the insurer?
She's just this second told me that she's sorted it - I think via Trailfinders.
i agree the same with Mosschops as it was average 28 weeks.. she might be able to get one.... NU does them BTW and you do pay more
I think the airlines are bit more flexible than that - my brother and his partner are flying back from Afghanistan later this month, when she will be only about 8 weeks off due date.
Thanks Mosschops, I will tell her to check the small print.
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