Short-Term Event Insurance
Why Canopy for Magicians Insurance?
We provide affordable "A+ rated" general liability insurance with an easy online application process that takes just a few minutes to complete. Be prepared to mystify by purchasing our 1–3 day policy.
General Liability Limits
|General Aggregate (other than Products-Completed)||$2,000,000|
|Products Completed Operations Aggregate||$2,000,000|
|Personal & Advertising Injury||$1,000,000|
|Each Occurrence Limit||$1,000,000|
|Damage to Premises Rented to You||$300,000|
|Event Policy (1-3 days)||$59|
1-3 day events
Questions About Magicians Insurance
Choosing the right small business insurance is critical. Avoid gaps in your coverage that could risk the future of your business.
What Is Magicians Insurance?
Magicians insurance covers claims that may arise from your performance or operations during a show or event. For example, if a member of your audience is harmed during a trick by tripping over your equipment or if you damage a venue, magicians event insurance could help cover the costs of these claims.
Magicians event insurance provides coverage for your general liability for 1–3 days.
Why You Should Carry Magicians Event Insurance
How Much Is Magicians Event Insurance?
A basic 1–3 day general liability insurance policy starts at $59. Unlimited additional insureds can also be purchased for just $5.
Do I Need Magicians Event Insurance?
Yes! Magicians event insurance is an important component of your business and is designed to protect you if you were to be sued as a result of your business operations. You could be held liable for claims that include injuries, illnesses, or damages arising from your entertainment services.
The legal costs alone from third-party claims can be financially devastating. With magicians event insurance, you'll have the protection you need in case something goes wrong and financial peace of mind.
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