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Event Planner Insurance
Cross your t’s and dot your i’s with the right insurance. With on-demand coverage for jobs as short as an hour or up to a full year, our General Liability insurance policies are built to meet your business’s unique needs.
Who Event Planner Insurance is For
As an event planner, you work hard to put on flawless events for your clients. General Liability insurance helps you stay focused on your clients and shows them you are a serious professional. General Liability insurance from Verifly is customized to meet the needs of event planners like you.
Why Event Planners Need Insurance
General Liability insurance, also referred to as Commercial General Liability insurance or business liability insurance, is the most fundamental insurance coverage a business can purchase. It protects a business against the risk of unintentional accidents, which include bodily injury and property damage to a third party.
At a media event, your client trips over the cord of the mic and injures himself. He decides to sue you for his injuries.
At an event that you are organizing and planning, you are setting the flowers and knock over an expensive vase, breaking it.
Verifly's General Liability Insurance in Action
as low as $5 per hour,
$10 per day,
$29 per month,
with a $0 deductible
How Much Does General Liability Insurance for Event Planners Cost?
Our premium pricing is determined on an hourly, daily, or monthly basis, depending on your needs. Our rates start at $5/hour, $10/day, and $29/month with $0 deductible for a $1 million policy.
Rather than committing to an expensive annual plan, this flexibility allows you to purchase coverage exactly when and for how long you need it, making it the most affordable option on the market for on-demand General Liability insurance.
Certificate of Insurance for Event Planners
A certificate of insurance (COI) is a physical or electronic document that provides proof to anyone you work with that you have a valid insurance policy in place.
Verifly issues all policyholders and Additional Insureds with an ACORD certificate of insurance. A COI is important because, quite simply, it is the document that provides you with proof that you have insurance.
In addition to the peace of mind that a COI provides for you as a small business owner or freelance worker, many companies that you provide services to may ask to be added as an Additional Insured to your policy so that they are covered for any damage you may cause within the scope of work you provide to them.
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