Yes, eWed will cover your Honeymoon expenses for a covered reason. It is important to include the Honeymoon expense in the total budget of your eWed Wedding Cancellation Policy purchase.
You should purchase coverage for your wedding for the total amount that you will be spending on your wedding. This includes the Rehearsal Dinner, Wedding, Honeymoon and Farewell Brunch.
Every type of insurance policy contains certain exclusions to coverage. The most common exclusion in all insurance policies is the exclusion for pre-existing or known conditions. That is, if the condition you are looking to make a claim on existed prior to purchasing the policy, then the condition is excluded from coverage. Cancellation and Postponement exclusions include the following: Non-Appearance …
Call 1-800-426-1064 or visit our weddings claim page to begin the process of filing a claim. We will respond to all claims in a timely manner so there are no delays in processing your claim. If you have a loss resulting from a theft, please report it to the police immediately and submit a copy of your police report with …
Cancellation and Postponement insurance has no deductible. For Liability insurance, third party bodily injury claims have no deductible. Damage to the wedding venue has a $1,000 deductible.
Yes, coverage is provided if weather conditions are extreme enough to prevent the honoree or majority of guests from attending your wedding.
Yes, wedding gifts, including items, gift cards and checks that are lost or damaged seven days prior to and seven days after your wedding are covered up to the applicable limit set forth in your policy. There is a limit on cash, checks, and gift cards.
Yes, the policy provides coverage for special attire that is lost, stolen, or damaged before the wedding. Special attire includes the wedding dress, bridal accessories and tuxedo.
If an accident or illness prevents a guest of honor or an immediate family member from attending the wedding, eWed Wedding Insurance will provide coverage, as long as illness is not due to a pre-existing medical condition.
Yes, if the guest of honor is serving full-time, active duty in the armed forces, police, or fire department, and must postpone the wedding due to withdrawal of a previously granted leave or unforeseen deployment, eWed Insurance will provide coverage.
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