ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., May 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Covid-19 has changed nearly everything about the travel industry. More than one year into the pandemic, younger travelers are showing more interest in travel insurance than ever before.

With this shift in who is buying travel insurance, Tin Leg Travel Insurance has launched two new travel insurance policies that provide optimal coverage for travelers in all demographics at an affordable price. The new policies – Basic and Platinum – provide comprehensive coverage for the most important traveler concerns. Both policies are underwritten by Spinnaker Insurance Company.

“We know how important it is for travelers to find the right travel insurance policy. Our number one goal is helping every traveler find the best policy for their trip for the lowest possible price,” says Tin Leg CEO, Jessica Burns. “We’ve added Basic and Platinum to our portfolio to expand the selection for our customers and to offer a wider range of coverage options.”

Tin Leg was created in 2014 by the experts at leading travel insurance comparison site, Squaremouth. With the addition of the Tin Leg Basic and Platinum policies, Tin Leg now offers travelers 9 comprehensive travel insurance options.

Tin Leg Basic Description
Tin Leg Basic was built to provide entry level, comprehensive coverage for the most common traveler concerns at a competitive premium.

This plan’s conservative benefit limits are adequate for most travelers and keep the premium affordable, offering up to $10,000 in Trip Cancellation coverage and $25,000 in Emergency Medical coverage. In addition to this, coverage is also available for Pre-Existing Conditions.

Other benefits are also included within this policy, such as Baggage Delay, Travel Delay, and Accidental Death.

Tin Leg Platinum Description
Tin Leg Platinum is a mid-level, comprehensive policy with higher cancellation coverage and medical benefits than Tin Leg Basic.

This plan covers up to $20,000 in Trip Cancellation coverage, and includes high Emergency Medical and Medical Evacuation benefits of $100,000 and $500,000, respectively. This plan is also suitable for those traveling with valuable belongings, boasting a Baggage Loss benefit limit of $500.

Tin Leg Platinum also includes other benefits, such as Baggage Loss, Travel Delay, and Accidental Death.

ABOUT TIN LEG
Tin Leg was founded in 2014 to fill a void in the market left by other travel insurance products. The company is committed to offering coverage that has proven to be most in-demand from travelers at the best possible value while providing exceptional service.

ABOUT SQUAREMOUTH
Squaremouth compares travel insurance policies from every major travel insurance provider in the United States. Using Squaremouth’s comparison engine and third-party customer reviews, travelers can research and compare travel insurance policies side-by-side. More information can be found at www.squaremouth.com.

Available Topic Expert: Steven Benna [email protected] (727) 619-7262

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Expectations are growing for Friday’s nonfarm payrolls report to be a big one, with some economists expecting it could show the U.S. added jobs in April at a pace not seen since last year’s record-setting hiring spree in May and June.

Why it matters: While it is not expected to match or exceed June’s 4.8 million, some economists believe we could see more than 2 million jobs added, compounding the momentum from March when American employers added 916,000 jobs.

By the numbers: Overall, economists are forecasting 977,500 jobs were added in April, per FactSet. But with vaccinations increasing and real-time data showing business openings picking up and hiring taking off, economists are getting more bullish.

  • Last week’s initial jobless claims reading marked the third straight week jobless claims were below 600,000, their lowest since early 2020.

What we’re hearing: “We added nearly one million jobs in March. Since then vaccinations have risen markedly in the United States. COVID cases and deaths fallen. People are getting back to work safely,” Claudia Sahm, senior fellow at the Jain Family Institute, tells Axios.

The increase in bookings at restaurants and bars over the past two months is “reminiscent” of May and June 2020 when leisure and hospitality employment led the way to record readings, Aneta Markowska, chief economist at Jefferies, says in a note to clients.

  • “Other COVID-sensitive sectors, e.g. retail, health and personal services, are likely to enjoy significant increases as well given the easing of distancing restrictions in many states,” she adds.
  • “Net, our bottom up estimates put total hiring at 2.1 million.”

One level deeper: Adding to the strong trend of hiring, more companies are giving out pay increases.

Yes, but: “Not all will return implying the labor force participation rate may struggle to return to pre-Covid levels,” Bank of America chief economist Michelle Meyer said in a recent note to clients.

  • Even after March’s strong jobs report, the labor force participation rate remains at its lowest level excluding the pandemic since 1976, and BofA’s Meyer estimates that 4.6 million workers remain out of the labor force due to the pandemic.
  • There were still 8.4 million fewer people employed in the U.S. as of March than there were in February 2020.