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30 August 2012 11:59
"I can't recommend World First highly enough. In fact I'm going to get World First included in the next issue of 'The Bear Facts,' the quarterly newsletter of the PBC Foundation" - Mrs Osborne
Mrs Osborne from Plymouth was beginning to despair about getting the travel insurance she needed as she has several pre-existing medical conditions, the most serious being primary billary cirrhosis (PBC), a rare autoimmune liver condition which has no known cause or cure.
When she was speaking to another insurer they suggested she search on the internet for specialist medical travel insurance and that is how Mrs Osborne discovered World First. She immediately gave our Customer Helpline a call and was delighted with the outcome. The assistant she spoke to was very friendly and professional. Mrs Osborne's medical needs were assessed by screening questions she had become very familiar with, but the outcome this time was very different.
World First could offer a single trip policy for one week's travel in Europe, with cover for Mrs Osborne's pre-existing medical conditions, for just £80. It was an offer she couldn't refuse!
Mrs Osborne is absolutely delighted. She says "I can't recommend World First highly enough. In fact I'm going to get World First included in the next issue of 'The Bear Facts,' the quarterly newsletter of the PBC Foundation. The PBC Foundation is the only organisation in the UK exclusively dedicated to providing information and support to those affected by the condition. I am confident World First could help others get appropriate travel insurance."
With my travel insurance sorted I am really looking forward to a week in Spain with friends and family with total peace of mind."
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