What items cannot be insured?
Accounts, bills, bullion, currency, deeds, evidence of debts, furs, original/fine art, computer chips, loose precious/semi precious stones, jewelry, money, notes, securities, perishable cargo, televisions, tickets, laptop computers, cellular phones, personal goods, or similar property unless endorsed in writing.
What countries are excluded by U-PIC?
Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burundi, Cote d'ivoire (Ivory Coast), Croatia, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Liberia, Libya, Moldova, Montenegro, Myanmar (Burma), Nigeria, North Korea, Paraguay, Republic of the Congo, Russia, Serbia, Sierra Leone Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Togo, Yemen, Zimbabwe.
Helpful Definitions for Excluded Items
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THE COVERAGE INSURES the parcel and its contents against damage or loss from any external cause while in transit to, or from, premises utilized by the Insured and in care, custody, or control of carriers listed within the United States of America (including its possessions and trusts) and Canada EXCEPT as hereinafter excluded. Underwriters shall be liable for the invoice value of property lost, destroyed, or damaged; in the event there is no invoice, the Underwriters shall be liable for the actual cash value of the property.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, THE UNDERWRITERS HAVE CAUSED THIS COVERAGE TO BE EXECUTED AND ATTESTED, BUT THIS COVERAGE SHALL NOT BE VALID UNLESS COUNTER SIGNED BY A DULY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF THE BROKER.