With the coronavirus reaching pandemic scale, events large and small are being canceled in an attempt to stem the spread of the disease. Event insurance is one important avenue to insulate yourself from risk.
Event insurance—sometimes referred to as one-day insurance—is a type of policy that can protect your investment in a specific event. This may include coverage for general liability or property damage, as well as protection against financial losses associated with unforeseen cancelations.
Larger events, such as concerts, festivals, and sporting events may be covered by similar insurance.
However, just because you have coverage does not mean that the insurance company will pay you when you have a claim. If you have canceled an event due to the coronavirus and your insurance company is refusing to pay your event insurance coverage, contact the attorneys at Miller Law Group today for a free consultation.