So, the story of The Wizard of Oz is one that most everyone has heard – lions and tigers and bears, oh my! And a lot of people know the Broadway musical, Wicked, which tells the true story of the Wicked Witch of the West, Elphaba. And the thing is that Elphaba has magic. Which can lead to some, well, interesting issues!
And of course, we had to wonder about the insurance angle. What kind of insurance would Miss Elphaba need? Not everything goes according to plan, and that’s where insurance could come in.Adulting is hard. Get insurance quotes live in chat.
First question: what if a spell went awry, as it did with Boq? (Well, technically it wasn’t Elphaba’s spell that went wrong, it was Nessa’s, but Boq still sure as heck blamed her.) What would happen if someone sued Elphaba for a spell gone wrong? Sure, she might have been trying to be helpful, but even with the best of intentions, things happen. Elphaba would probably need some sort of coverage for that.
Second question: Would broom insurance need to be a thing? What if Elphaba crashed into someone? That would be bad – they could get hurt. But then you have to consider the broom itself, too. What if it were destroyed in a fire or something? Elphaba would need to get another broom. She needs a way to get around, right? Her broom is really important to her, it seems. (Though perhaps not as much as the shoes…) Also – how similar would broom insurance be to car insurance?
Third question: The book. (You know, the fancy spellbook.) How would that be covered? Seems like it would be pretty valuable, and it seems like it would need to be covered somehow with some sort of insurance. Elphaba might want to make sure she protects the book against things like theft and fire.Get a car insurance quote
Anyway, Elphaba from Wicked has a lot going on. She would probably need quite a bit of the insurance, though we’re still wondering how spells-gone-wrong and brooms and magic books would be covered. We wish Elphaba the best with her insurance endeavors!
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