Everyone is always pushing insurance. The problem is no one will ever tell you what the insurance really covers because I don't really think anyone knows. All they want is the premium and commissions.
Here is another story and I wonder if it is really true
The next paragraph is taken from the above link. It seems a little unbelievabe that a Princess agent spotted her sickness and flagged her the next day. How did the agent single her out as a passenger?
"It happens that Carol Rudoff checked “No.” She knew why she’d been sick, and she was feeling fine now, so she decided to just let it go. Unfortunately for Carol, a Princess agent had witnessed her air sickness at the Houston airport and had flagged her for an embarkation check."
Is this more propaganda, and what does any insurance cover except a false sense of security that turns into a nightmare when you have to use it?