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Trouble-Free Travel: And What to Do When Things Go Wrong Paperback – July, 1999


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When you're out of your element and on the road, it's smart to carry two attorneys in your back pocket. Stephen Colwell and Ann Shulman have researched the laws pertaining to travel scams and travel insurance, lost baggage and ticket fares, discrimination, business deductions, and the big question of whether to get the rental car insurance. No one wants to think about accidents and legal hassles when planning a summer frolic, and now, courtesy of Colwell and Shulman, some travel savvy will save you money, time, frustration, and injustice down the road. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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If an airline has ever lost your luggage or a hotel dropped your reservation, or if you have wondered whether it was really necessary to buy extra insurance for a rental car, this is the book for you. It will tell you your legal rights if things go wrong when traveling by air, renting a car, taking a cruise, staying in hotels, or using the services of travel agents. It also provides information regarding travel scams, insurance, foreign travel, discrimination, tax deductions, and how to settle travel disputes. Colwell and Shulman are both attorneys, but their book is clearly written and easily understood by the lay reader. Theirs is a no-nonsense travel guide that can help you prevent difficulties from arising, but can also aid in solving unavoidable or unforeseen problems. Recommended for public libraries.?Julia Stump, Voorheesville P.L., N.Y.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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