Originally Posted by Brian McIlmoyle
Probably not that easy... they will want to know..
location of the site
use of property
number of participants
ages of participants
details of activities planned
There are very limited carriers for this kind of coverage
I guess I assumed that someone wanting to host their own games would have a semblance of having their shit together. And here's the name of a reputable sporting/event insurance company located in Canada.
Also you need to remember that he would be calling insurance brokers. Brokers assess your needs then find a company for you. Brokers deal with many companies.
DBA SSEI Sports & Special Events Insurance Agency in some provinces
1497 Marine Drive
West Vancouver, BC
Toll Free: 1-877-922-2338
SportsInsurance.com was created in 1996 as a sports liability specialist. SI has since evolved into an MGA offering a variety of sport, special event and adventure tourism products, with complete online functionality a reality in the very near future.
With annual or short term available limits of up to $5,000,000, policies that always include acc/med, crucial participant to participant coverages, no US player or territory restrictions, and available molestation cover, our product gives organizers and athletes confidence - knowing that they have SI as their safety net.
* Amateur Sports Teams and Associations
* Skiing & Ski Schools
* Venue/Arena Coverage
* Outdoor/Adventure Tourism
* Professional Indemnity for any Design/Consultancy Endeavours
* Short Term Sporting & Special Events (festival, triathlon, adventure race)
* Skateparks & BMX Facilities
* Martial Arts & Fitness Studios/Instructors
* Mountain Biking Clubs & Events
We want athletes to focus on their performance, not their insurance.