What is wedding insurance?
Wedding insurance (buy online in Canada) protects a couple if they are sued as a result of a mishap at their wedding that injures a guest or damages the venue.
Thinking about skipping the insurance because nothing bad can happen at your wedding? Well, think again. The below examples of real-life wedding accidents illustrate why all couples should insure their wedding:
Right before walking down the aisle, the marquee tent at one wedding was buffeted by wind and came loose from its moorings, injured guests and destroyed the buffet. Front Row’s wedding insurance policy provided this wedding couple with a lawyer to defend the resulting lawsuits from friends and relatives and the policy also paid for the judgment amounts, the food and the destroyed catering tables.
After dinner at one wedding, a guest became sick; and then another, then another. Bathrooms became full, and guests began fainting on the lawn. An estimated 100 people got sick and 22 were hospitalized, some overnight. The bride owed guests nearly $12,000 in medical costs. If a guest got sick from food at your wedding, they could sue you for damages. The wedding insurance would pay for the cost of a lawyer to defend you.
Even after seeing the above examples, perhaps you’re thinking that insurance is just too expensive and so you’re willing to risk it and go uninsured. That’s not the case. According to The Knot, the average cost of a wedding has risen to $33,931. And the cost of Front Row’s wedding insurance policy starts at just $105 CAD (subject to change). If you’re spending thousands on a wedding anyway, why not spend just a few hundred more to insure it?
Get a quote and buy wedding insurance online here: https://events.frontrowinsurance.com/
About: Front Row Insurance is a reputable insurance provider serving businesses and individuals across Canada. We’ve streamlined the insurance purchasing process by taking it online and cutting out the need for a broker or underwriter, meaning you can get fast, affordable coverage in minutes! Pop! Pop!
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