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Date:5/12/2010

lleson. "Most domestic plans do not cover foreign claims and many international insurance plans do not offer coverage in the US. So to offer a plan that provides worldwide coverage is really ideal for missionaries."

And the specialized services of IMG’s missionary division don’t end there. They offer dedicated claims administrators to help in processing these claims and special web services with doctor, benefit and claim information. Often IMG can pay the foreign medical facility directly, eliminating hassle and currency conversion fees.

‘Most of our Good Neighbor staff lived overseas as mission workers, church leaders and students,’ Gulleson added. "We can give good global trip insurance advice for groups, families and single workers."

About Good Neighbor Insurance
Jeff Gulleson established Good Neighbor Insurance in 1997, to provide global health and life insurance services after living for 30 years in Indonesia.

GNI helps travelers find good, cost-effective international health, travel, and life insurance while providing caring and honest service. The company serves students traveling overseas, short-term teams, aid organizations, foreign and domestic corporations, universities, and volunteers both from the U.S. and abroad.

GNI’s website has more information as well as a guide to medical advice for overseas travelers, written by Jon Askew, MD

Contact Information:
For more information, contact Jeff Gulleson or Doug Gulleson at Good Neighbor Insurance, Toll Free: 866-636-9100 or in Phoenix, AZ: 480-813-9100

Good Neighbor Insurance, 690 E. Warner Rd. Suite 117, Gilbert, AZ 85296, USA

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