Single Event Insurance For Event Co-ordinators

13th July 2010

Single event insurance is great for event coordinators and business

people who do not regularly hold large events.  Buying a one time use

policy allows you to keep yourself protected without the long term

contracts and ongoing insurance premiums.  This kind of insurance is

normally paid for in one lump sum at the beginning of the event.  For

example of you were having a three day community fair lasting Friday

through Sunday you would pay before the event and then never pay again. 

This makes it easier to get the coverage you need and prevents ongoing

bills for something you are not using.  

Single event insurance

policies can usually be obtained for events lasting from one day to one

year, but anything longer than that usually requires a longer term,

closer to permanent policy.  No matter what kind of event you are

planning a professional event insurance broker can help you get the

coverage you need to keep you and your company safe in case something

untoward happens.  No one wants to think about the possibility of

something bad happening but insurance companies are there for exactly

that reason.  They are busy thinking about the worst case scenario so

that you don't have to fret over it.  

Single event insurance is

perfect for any number of different events like craft shows, culture

festivals, farmers markets, flea markets, and lectures, but it is also

great for things like weddings and big birthday parties.  Your event

insurance can help protect you against things like personal injury,

property damage, and a number of other disasters that can occur when you

plan a large event whether it's public or private. Insurance might be

the most important step when are planning any event because of the

repercussions of not having any.  If you have ever thrown a party

without insurance you likely know what we mean.  

Single event

insurance can help protect you again injuries that happen as a result of

negligence, over drinking, food poisoning, or even property damage and

other things.  If it is the least bit possible to be sued as a result of

your event you really need to get the insurance to protect yourself,

your family and your company.  Being sued as a result of an injury can

very easily run into the millions as a result of medical bills, legal

fees and ongoing disability compensation, not to mention pain and

suffering.  Millions from your pocket can easily sink a person

personally and professionally; insurance is a must in today's day and

age.  

Single event insurance should be considered by anyone who

throws occasional events like large parties, community fairs, and even

swap meets or flea markets.  The small amount it costs to get insured

can potentially save you millions in court. If you are planning an event

you cannot afford to not have the proper insurance in place.  Keep

yourself, your family, and your company safe from financial ruin, get

the insurance today, don't wait until it's too late.