Consider insurance needs
for your spring events.
Organizing any event ̶ whether a festival for thousands or a garden walk for a hundred ̶ takes many hours of planning and preparation. However, unexpected situations can arise with even the most meticulously planned events.
To help ease the worries of injury, property damage or other unforeseen exposures, speak to your local independent insurance agent about whether you have adequate insurance coverage for your event, large or small. For some situations, you will want to seek advice about your homeowner or personal umbrella coverage. For larger events sponsored by a club or organization, a commercial insurance policy may be the best choice. Read More
Check coverage for items loaned from school.
As the school year begins, take note of the items your child brings home. For example, many school districts are assigning laptop computers to students for their personal use.
Or, your band or orchestra student may be assigned a school-owned instrument, especially if it’s a larger or more costly instrument.
You can protect your summer event with special events coverage.
With the season of sunshine upon us, many businesses, schools, churches and other organizations sponsor special events. Right now, advertisements are blooming like the foliage. Every weekend seems to offer a menu of festivals, 5K races and concerts from which to choose. Some folks plan their summers around such events.
If your business or organization is planning a special event, you may be experiencing some of the common worries: Read More