Wedding Insurance - Incorrect details held
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You should always make sure that any inforrmation you've given to your insurer is correct and up-to-date.
If you discover that it isn't, you should get in touch with your insurer to correct it.
You should expect your insurer to amend your details as soon as possible.
Make a record that you've asked your insurer to amend your details.
If they don't and it affects your case, this will give you a stronger argument when you go to set things right.You should know
According to the FCA's handbook, insurers must
(1) handle claims promptly and fairly;
(2) provide reasonable guidance to help a policyholder make a claim and appropriate information on its progress;
(3) not unreasonably reject a claim (including by terminating or avoiding a policy); and
(4) settle claims promptly once settlement terms are agreed.
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