WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2015
Are you hosting a concert or setting up a TV show filming? Running a big entertainment event is no easy feat, and does not come without hefty investments. Before you can even begin selling tickets or shooting footage, you have to secure a venue, vendors and equipment — none of which comes free.
But what happens if an unforeseen event forces you to cancel or postpone the event? Perhaps the headlining band falls ill and can't perform, or one of the TV show's actors suffers the loss of a loved one and has to attend the funeral during a shoot. You may face financial losses if something prevents the event from occurring as scheduled. Luckily, entertainment insurance can protect your investment.
Your independent insurance agent can provide you with personalized assistance to build an entertainment insurance policy with the coverage options that best meet the needs of whatever types of events you plan. However, we've also put together a list of some generic coverage options, so you can get a taste of what this policy can do for you.
Contact an agent today and start building a policy to protect your entertainment endeavors!
- Event Liability: If your event involves guests, there's always the risk that one or more of them can become injured while in attendance. This coverage option funds associated expenses, and is often required by many venues.
- Damage To Premises: If a guest causes damage to the venue or other non-owned property (whether intentional or accidental), this coverage option can cover the resulting costs that you may be held accountable for.
- Event Cancellation and Postponement: If you're forced to cancel or postpone an event, you may incur cancellation fees and lose non-refundable deposits. This coverage option can alleviate that financial burden.
- Liquor Liability: If guests have access to liquor during the course of the event, there's a chance that a drunken individual may cause damage. This coverage option helps fund associated costs.
- Workers Compensation: If staff members are injured or fall ill during the course of the job, this coverage option can fund their medical bills and lost wages during recovery.
We've got you covered. Call McInnis Insurance Services, Inc. at (844) 926-0860 for more information on Baton Rouge entertainment insurance.
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