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When it comes to planning events and event insurance, everyone has an opinion. And the opinion you receive depends on who you’re talking to. An event planner is responsible for everything to do with planning and executing events. They are accountable for the whole kit and caboodle from start to finish. And whether you’re a professional planner or not, when hosting an event or gathering, there’s a great deal to consider and accomplish. Unfortunately mishaps and incidents are not outside the realm of possibility. And frankly that’s the last thing you want to be worrying about.
Why Use Event Insurance?
If you plan events for a living or just every once in a while, you’re well aware of the amount of hard work and resources it takes to pull it off successfully. And even with the most prepared, thought-out and thorough plans you just never know what can occur. Take it from me, things do happen, and before you know it damage and injury can take place. Event insurance is there to safeguard against the unpredicted and sometimes unforeseen circumstances.
It’s not just for your protection. Event insurance is available not only for the security of the event but a lot of suppliers won’t move forward with meeting organizations that do not have it. It makes no difference how much planning or hard work you do; how many people attend or the location of the event. As the saying goes; what can go wrong sometimes may go wrong. And with event insurance it’s all about risk management.
I have Event Insurance or Do I?
Some think that the venue, hotel or even our own company insurance automatically covers us during event time. Wrong! When it comes to events, there are many parts and pieces to take into account. Each one is unique and adds value in its own way. And so is event insurance. Whether it’s cancellation insurance, host liquor liability insurance, event liability insurance, special event insurance or wedding insurance, there’s one thing we can all agree on. It’s a precaution we take that we hope we have cause to use. It provides protection against lawsuits when it comes to cancellation, liquor liability, injury, property damage and financially.