ELEVATE YOUR CREDIBILITY AS AN EVENT PLANNER
Every good event planner needs the ability to stay cool in intense-pressure situations when organizing a big function. No matter how much you plan for an event, however, you never know when you will get thrown a last-minute curve ball. But what if that unforeseen glitch results in your company being hit with a legal claim? That’s why you should bring the same attention to detail to protecting your own small business as you do to organizing your clients’ events.
As an event planner you make sure every last detail is in order for your clients. You want to be prepared for anything. So why wouldn’t you bring the same attention to detail to your own small business?
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What Insurance package is best for you?
The coverage that is best for you depends on the details of your business. Many World Events customers optimize their Event Planner insurance by choosing both professional liability insurance and general liability insurance policies. To assure that you get the best coverage for your business, see the examples below.
Starting at $29 per month
General Liability & Professional Liability
Summary of Coverage
Commercial General Liability with Broadening Endorsement – coverage which protects the insured against liability claims for bodily injury and property damage arising out of premises, operations, products and completed operations and personal and advertising injury.
Business Owners Policy – This package combines general liability with coverage for your business equipment. Other optional modules of coverage include buildings coverage, electronic data loss, crime package or hired/non-owned vehicle liability coverage..
Business Property and Equipment Coverage – This provides coverage for loss or damage to your business personal property such as computers, printers and furniture. It also includes up to $2,500 in coverage for property off-premises, such as laptops, mobile phones, tools and other equipment.
Professional Liability – provides protection against wrongful acts (breach of duty, neglect, error, omission, misstatement or a misleading statement in the discharge of dance activities) that occur under the operations of the insured.
Non-Owned Auto Liability -This optional coverage protects your business if an employee has an accident driving his or her vehicle, or a rented one, while driving for business purposes.
Include Primary and Noncontributory- Your quote excludes an optional endorsement for Primary and Noncontributory wording as described here.
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Many wedding venues now require couples to purchase liability coverage before being allowed to use the facility.
Why World Events Specialty?
We understand the importance of building and maintaining personal relationships with clients and learning about their organizations. This is essential in order to develop on ongoing understaning of our clients' needs and requirements.