Events Liability

Events Liability

As the company hired annually by the Las Vegas Halloween Parade and chosen by the organizers of the Mad Max Reenactment Event in the California desert, we feel confident we know our business when it comes to events. We are here to help you plan ahead for maximum risk management and minimum worry.

What Does Events Liability Cover?

As producer of a public event you need the protection of Special Event Liability Insurance. It protects against lawsuits, claims made related to bodily injury of others, and property damage to the occupied premises, whether those are a catering hall, convention center or the main plaza downtown.

It’s important to hold coverage for your event, that protects against third party liability claims for bodily injury and property damage arising out of premises, operations, products, and completed operations, as well as defense for intentional torts (i.e., advertising and personal injury liability–slander, libel, wrongful eviction, violations of a person’s right of privacy).

About Vendor Insurance

Vendor Insurance covers vendors, exhibitors, and concessionaires when participating in trade shows, craft shows, fairs, and exhibitions of all kinds. Some types of vendor insurance include: Personal and advertising injury, Fire damage and property damage to leased premises.

Will Your Event Need Special Events Coverage?

Special events have a lot of moving parts. Below is a short list of venues, activities and specialized insurance policies we have put in force recently:

  • Amusement Centers
  • Amusement Parks
  • Bowling Alleys
  • Catering Events
  • Circuses
  • Fairs
  • Fireworks
  • Flea Markets
  • Haunted House
  • Ice Skating Events or Rinks
  • Liquor Liability
  • Marina Operators
  • Outfitters & Guides
  • Petting Zoos
  • Parades
  • Parasailing
  • Rental Amusement Operations
  • Rodeos
  • RV Park and Campgrounds
  • Ski Area Events
  • Stables
  • Watercraft Rentals
  • Water Park Slides
  • Ziplines

Protecting Your Event

They told you it would be done in March and now it is June… Construction on a venue means it’s not ready for your wedding. But what about the deposit? You’re covered with: Event Cancellation Coverage

It’s time for the historic preservation fundraiser, your committee spent a year organizing, and someone put a cigarette out on the newly refinished 18th century floorboards of the verandah. You’re covered with: Property Damage Coverage.

The yearly Town Founder’s Parade is taking place and the videographer’s second camera and memory chips (with all the footage) was stolen. You’re covered with: Photo and Video Coverage

Your daughter’s 11th birthday party is happening right now at the skating rink, and a parent/chaperone fell and broke his collarbone. You’re covered with: Liability Coverage


Whether you are planning a 10 day festival or an afternoon wedding, accidents happen. Cancellations, sudden illness, tents falling down, crowd control getting out of control—whatever the problem and whatever the size or complexity of your event, we’ve got the tools to minimize your risks and ensure the unexpected is only a blip, rather than a disaster.