Yes, but the premiums will be based on the last person's return date and your own coverage will end as soon as you reach your residence.
Chubb Travel Insurance can be purchased by persons who have their place of residence in Switzerland.
No, you are unable to as travel insurance has to be purchased before your departure.
No, because the Emergency Medical Costs Abroad cover is valid according to the policy for private trips worldwide except for Switzerland.
Yes, emergency dental treatment is covered up to a maximum of CHF 1’000 and, in the event of damage to dental prostheses, necessary measures for repairing the ability to chew up to a maximum of CHF 1’000.
No, the policy does not cover any pregnancy-related issues other than accidental miscarriage.
No, Chubb Travel Insurance does not have this option.
Past events and pre-existing conditions:
No medical examination is required. However, exclusion for Pre-existing Condition will apply.
Chubb Travel Insurance excludes Cancellation due to business obligation.
Inability to obtain an entry visa is not a covered cause under Cancellation.
Yes, if the event occurs within seven (7) days before the Scheduled Departure Date and such claim are accompanied with travel advice from the relevant authority.
You are covered:
For some covers a deductible might apply. Please refer to the Conditions of Insurance for more information.
You are covered:
Yes, you are covered for Accidental Death and Disablement benefit from the time you leave your home to the airport once your policy is in force. Cover shall cease when you are back after clearing the immigration/upon expiry of the Period of Insurance.
The above FAQ should be read and construed in light of, and subject to, all terms, conditions and exclusions contained in the Policy.