Enhanced Job Loss Coverage on CSA Travel Protection Plans

CSA Travel Protection expands insurance coverage to include job loss after one year of continuous employment. The updated policy covers involuntary termination, layoff or relocation (terms and conditions apply).

“Today’s headlines are rife with news about unemployment and layoffs, and many travelers are nervous when it comes to booking vacations in advance,” said Lee Hughes, CSA’s vice president of sales. “We’ve always covered job loss, but now you can offer your customers peace of mind even if they have only one year of employment under their belt.”

The CSA Vacation Rental Insurance plan is for those travelers choosing the option of renting homes, condos, villas and cabins for their vacation. Benefits for these travelers also include coverage for baggage and personal effects – including sports equipment, as well as benefits for travel delay and emergency medical transport.

Visit www.vacationrentalinsurance.com or call 866-999-4018.

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