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Travel insurance

Epilepsy Action works with Insurancewith to offer a travel insurance policy for people with epilepsy, including cover for epilepsy-related incidents.

Cover includes

  • All policies include cover from £2,000 per person if you have to cancel your holiday plans before you travel
  • Full cover for declared and accepted medical conditions
  • Worldwide cover offered, as long as not travelling against the advice of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office
  • Emergency 24 hour medical assistance line, supervised by doctors
  • £10 million cover for emergency medical treatment, including repatriation
  • Discounts for couples, families and single parent families
  • 300+ sports and activities can be covered, some at standard terms
  • 14 day cooling off period
  • Cover includes medical emergencies, personal belongings, cash and travel documents and much more

Getting a quote

For further information and to get a quote, you can call the Insurancewith Customer Service Centre on 0203 829 3875. Alternatively, you can get a quote online.

Insurancewith will make a donation to Epilepsy Action for every policy taken out.

Our partnership with Insurancewith

Epilepsy Action is an Introducer Appointed Representative (IAR) of Infinity Insurance Solutions, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 528912). As an IAR,  Epilepsy Action receives a commission on policies purchased. The proceeds are used to help the charity carry out its essential work for people affected by epilepsy

Insurancewith and Insurancewith.com are trading names of Infinity Insurance Solutions Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority: FRN 528912.

Any offer of insurance, and the premium charged, remains a commercial decision based on a calculation of risk by Insurancewith and their underwriters. This will include factors associated with your epilepsy.

Contacting Insurancewith does not guarantee an offer of insurance. Epilepsy Action cannot take responsibility for the cover of a policy or the outcomes of any claims.

Comments: read the 8 comments or add yours


I rang Insure With as advertised on Epilepsy action, waited 10 mins for them to answer and went through the medical insurance details for my 22 year old daughter who has epilepsy since she was a baby and as she is waiting for a VNS they refused to insure her. We have travelled widely before with her, managing her seizures ourselves and never having medical treatment whilst abroad or ever claiming on any insurance policy to be refused. I'm not happy ,even when I have said we will withdraw her from the list I am told that she needs a Doctor to email stating same. Not good advertising in Epilepsy action site when they won't insure

Submitted by Caroline Morgan on

Hi Caroline,

Sorry to hear your expectations weren’t met. We have worked with Insurancewith to help them ask the right questions when providing quotes for people with epilepsy, and to have a better understanding of the responses. Our working relationship with Insurancewith does not include a guarantee that they can cover everyone who has epilepsy.

Best wishes,
James, Epilepsy Action

Submitted by James@Epilepsy ... on

Really disappointed, Insurancewith would not cover my daughter who has epilepsy as she is waiting for a test. Our holiday is May 18 and her test is September 18 at the earliest. My daughters condition is no different from last year when they were happy to cover her... I really don't understand this decision.

Submitted by Joanna on

Just called Insurancewith who took me through a very comprehensive questionnaire but the end result was a competitive quote for Emerald cover which included our son's complex medical conditions incl. recently diagnosed epilepsy. Thanks EA for partnering with organisations such as these.

Submitted by Ian Prescott on

Great to hear Ian!

Submitted by rich on

They are the best I've used them twice they are cheaper than you would expect. I have a vns and I've had brain surgery so it's always a worry!

Submitted by Lizzy williams on

Can you provide Travel Insurance for a UK resident for a one way trip via USA to Australia?

Submitted by Gina on

I am looking for advice for a person who is awaiting diagnosis / their first seizure clinic appointment (hospital has confirmed 2 tonic clonic seizures & commenced AED) They had planned a holiday to USA in August & are seeking travel insurance. Has anyone been in similar situation ie awaiting confirmed diagnosis but needs insurance before this will be done?

Submitted by Jen on

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