( Insurance : Medical insurance )
The policy covers hospitalization expenses, or repatriation expenses for transporting the mortal remains of the insured back to their native country.
Travel policies cover a wide range of possible claims which include overseas medical
expenses and repatriation expenses, if a policyholder dies while on a trip.
Repatriation expenses are the costs involved in transporting a claimant or their body back to their own
country after they have been injured or killed in a foreign country.
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