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Event Cancellation Insurance - Coverage When the Show Can't Go On

November 4, 2009 by Charles E. Boyle

Michael Jackson's untimely death has produced a flurry of articles in the mainstream media. Aside from tributes to the deceased, many of them have focused on what outlays a...

Event Cancellation Coverage for UK Riots Rarely Applicable

August 24, 2011 by Charles E. Boyle

"Most of the events cancelled were due to the police being need elsewhere," said Simon Lyons, contingency underwriter at London-based Sportscover Europe Ltd. He explained ...

Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials at Greater Risk of Hearing Loss

August 7, 2009 by Andrea Ortega-Wells

Rock concerts, iPods and cell phones may be contributing to a future generation of individuals suffering from hearing loss, says one safety professional. "We could very wel...

Event Coverage Market Sees Downturn; Experts Find Ways to Remain Competitive

August 18, 2010 by Amy O'Connor

The floundering economy and extreme scrutiny of business frivolities has hurt the event coverage class as companies scale down the events they put on or cut back on events ...

Coverage Options, Capacity Increase for Extreme Sports, Entertainment Risks Despite Exposures

September 10, 2014 by Amy O'Connor

Recent headline-making entertainment incidents – such as the death of actor Paul Walker during filming of the movie Fast & Furious 7, the collapse of the stage during c...

Markets-in-Motion: Sports & Entertainment Arenas

October 30, 2013 by Amy O'Connor

The 650,000 square foot Honda Event Center in Anaheim, Calif. holds thousands of people at any given time, creating the opportunity for many different risks. Home to the An...

3 Reasons Clients Need Personal Umbrella Coverage

July 13, 2018

There are at least three reasons for an individual to buy a personal umbrella policy. To begin with, the primary policies otherwise available generally do not provide li...

More Businesses Seek Government Flood Insurance After Sandy: Marsh

November 20, 2012

More businesses are expressing interest in purchasing flood insurance coverage from the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in the wake of Superstorm Sandy’s heavy rain...

New Insurance Ventures Ready, Waiting for Economy and Market to Turn

April 9, 2012 by Amy O'Connor

The time appears to be right for new ventures including program managers, wholesaler brokers and retail agencies, despite uncertainty with the economy and insurance market....

Taste for Success: Writing Today's Wineries Requires Attention to Detail

April 30, 2009 by Patricia-Anne Tom

Those who produce great tastes from raw grapes pose unique challenges for producers. Insuring wineries is a lucrative and growing business. All 50 states now produce wine a...