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LAST UPDATED: March 12th, 2020

Seven Corners was founded in 1993 as Specialty Risk International. The company is headquartered in Carmel, Indiana and offers consumer travel insurance, as well as specialized products for businesses, and government agencies like the PeaceCorps and AmeriCorps, as well as specialized products for travel agents.

Policies are underwritten by United States Fire Insurance and Lloyd’s of London, which have AM Best Financial Strength Ratings of A (Excellent).

Seven Corners policy options:

  • Travel Medical Insurance
  • Visitor and Immigrant Insurance for coming to the United States
  • Trip Protection Insurance
  • Student Travel Insurance
  • Group plans

Keep reading our Seven Corners travel insurance review for pros and cons of this provider’s policies and services.

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The Good

  • Variety of Plans   
  • Ski and Golf
  • Pre-Existing Medical Conditions

Variety of Plans

As a travel insurance provider, Seven Corners really does have some of the widest-reaching coverage options in the insurance market. The company offers the following different types of travel and trip insurance plans:

  • Annual Evacuation and Repatriation plans for Visa Holders abroad
  • Annual Plans via the Wander Frequent Traveler Plan
  • Group Travel Plans
  • Liaison Trips: Cover international travelers with policies from 5 days to 3 years
  • RoundTrip plans for U.S. and non-U.S. residents
  • Single-Trip Policies
  • Student Plans
  • Visitor and Immigrant insurance for non-U.S. citizens looking for medical coverage

Ski and Golf

Seven Corners plans offer add-on benefits for ski and golf trips, including covered expenses pre-paid equipment rentals if you do end up missing your game or snow trip.

Pre-Existing Medical Conditions

The Roundtrip Choice and RoundTrip Elite plans cover pre-existing conditions at no additional charge if your plan is purchased within 20 days of your first trip payment.

While some other travel insurance providers look back over 100 days for a pre-existing medical condition, the lookback period for Seven Corners is only 60 days.

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The Bad

  • Extreme Sports

Extreme Sports

Seven Corners doesn't offer any insurance coverage for extreme sports or hazardous sporting activities. It suggests going through Dogtag for any adventure coverage.

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The Bottom Line

Travel medical and trip protection for short and long trips is available for U.S. and non-U.S.-residents. This company has some of the widest-reaching plan options of any travel insurance provider that we researched. It doesn’t just offer standardized single trip plans for U.S. residents, but a selection of offerings for a variety of business and leisure travelers.

However, customers looking for coverage for hazardous sports and adventure activities will have to look elsewhere.

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