[pct-l] insurance question

Shutterbug steiner shutterbugg313 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 14 11:50:11 CST 2008

Since I am a part time insurance agent in California I figured I should
 do a little bit of research and found that "Atlas" would cover in the
 same country of citizenship and have many other emergeny perks.  For a
 30-40 year old for 6 months of coverage came to under $500 with a $250
 deductible.  Email me for more info.
  DSINSURANCE at gmail.com 

                  The Atlas Series     Short-term health insurance for
 individuals traveling              Whether you are traveling for
 business or pleasure, the Atlas plan is just what you're looking for. Plans
 are available from a minimum of 5 days up to a maximum of one year. At
 no additional cost, the Atlas Series adds coverage for Emergency Medical
 Evacuation, Acts of Terrorism and Complications of Pregnancy.

Ben Gerber <bjgerber83 at gmail.com> wrote:    Hey everyone...it's been great learning from all of you...not sure what I'd do without this group.  Anyway...I'm not sure if this question has been answered.  I recently returned from living overseas and decided to do a PCT thru hike.  When I was overseas I had travel insurance but now that I'm back I was wondering if there is a good option for insurance while trekking?  I appreciate your help.
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