Event Insurance


It’s easy to see that hosting an event can be the perfect way to bring together prospective clients to sample your values and services.  Marathons fund-raisers, tournaments, and wine-tastings (to name a few) can be the perfect way to create a relaxed atmosphere where people in your community get to know your company better.

If you have ever organized and planned a community or company event, you are aware of the strategy and time that goes into creating a safe and enjoyable experience for both the staff working the event and the people attending it.  But sometimes even all your hard work can’t protect against an unforeseen incident that you haven’t prepared for.  It can be incredibly difficult to foresee a potential risk, but it is very easy to be prepared and purchase protection against one. 

When you are planning a big event, Special Event Insurance will help keep you calm in an otherwise hectic event.  Sometimes, it is required at certain venues (which is a smart idea on their part) to protect against damage to their equipment and/or building.  But even when it is not required, Special Event Insurance—in say a fire—could be the difference between clear protection and hazy claims.  The list of all the potential things that could go wrong at your event would keep us here until my blog service informed me that I should get off the internet and just write a novel, but this is generally what Event Insurance can cover: 

General Liability- protects your company or organization against lawsuits and claims from incidents that could occur as a result of your event

Liquor Liability- protects against your guests’ actions if intoxicated from the alcohol you serve at your event (that list could keep us here a while too)

Event Cancellation- protects against the big hole your wallet could incur if the event has to be cancelled or postponed

If you have had things like this hurt your company or organization in the past, let a CLH agent tell you how your next event could be different.  Call or stop by today!

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