Whether you’re planning a wedding, a trade show, or a conference, we’re here to ensure your event goes off without a hitch. With our comprehensive insurance coverage, you can rest assured that you’re protected against any unforeseen circumstances.

Here are some of the key event insurance coverages:
Cancellation or Postponement Coverage

Protects you against financial losses if you have to cancel or postpone your event due to circumstances beyond your control, such as severe weather, illness, or venue issues.

Liability Coverage

Protects you against lawsuits stemming from accidents or injuries that occur during your event. This coverage can include bodily injury, property damage, and other types of liability claims.

Property Damage and Theft Coverage

Provides protection for your event equipment, supplies, and other property against damage, loss, or theft.

Event Cancellation Insurance

Provides coverage if an event has to be canceled due to unforeseen circumstances that are beyond the control of the organizers.

Special Event Insurance

A customizable insurance policy that is designed specifically for special events, such as weddings, concerts, festivals, and trade shows.

Vendor Insurance

Provides coverage for vendors who are participating in your event, protecting them against liability claims and other losses.

Key Coverage

Common Claims

Here are some common claims that event insurance can protect you from:

Property damage

Accidents happen, and sometimes, property damage occurs during events. For example, someone may spill a drink on an expensive piece of equipment, or a vendor’s booth may be damaged during setup or takedown

Bodily injury

Accidents can also lead to bodily injury. Slip-and-fall accidents, for example, are a common occurrence at events and can result in injuries that require medical attention.

Vendor or supplier issues

Sometimes, vendors or suppliers may not fulfill their obligations, causing financial losses for the event organizers. For example, a caterer may cancel at the last minute, leaving event-goers without food and the event organizers with a financial loss.

Cancellation or postponement

Sometimes, events have to be cancelled or postponed due to circumstances beyond the control of the organizers. This can result in financial losses for the organizers and disappointment for attendees.

Intellectual property disputes

Events may use copyrighted music or other intellectual property, and disputes can arise if the proper permissions were not obtained.