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Experts in the travel insurance industry say that consumer interest in terrorism coverage and trip cancelation policies has surged following recent attacks in Brussels, Paris, Nice, and elsewhere. Despite the increased interest, however, you shouldn't be seeing rate hikes or policy changes; those things are heavily regulated. But although terrorism coverage has become standard since 9/11, make sure you read your policy's fine print. Coverage might depend on factors such as when the attack took place and how exactly you were affected. Since these things differ on a case-by-case basis, the experts recommend always contacting your insurance company if you think you have a questionable claim.  



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