CSA Travel Protection Offers Free Assistance to Travelers Affected by Hurricane Joaquin

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CSA Travel Protection (CSA) has announced that sister company Europ Assistance will offer free travel and medical assistance services to all U.S. travelers and their families impacted by Hurricane Joaquin.

Free services include flight and hotel booking, medical and legal referral, traveling companion assistance, emergency cash transfer and interpretation/translation services. Travelers seeking help can reach the assistance centers directly by calling (855) 806-1090. 

CSA has also compiled a list of resources that are available for travelers during hurricane season. 


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1.     Weather forecasts: Storm Prediction Center and National Weather Service
2.     Hurricane preparedness guides and tips: National Weather Service: National Hurricane Center, Ready.gov, FEMA and CSA’s FAQ & Hurricane Tips
3.     State emergency response team sites like Florida’s

Visit www.csainsuranceservices.com

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