- What we cover
- Sport & activities
- Risk Management
- About us
Insuring a major event, such as a professional sports fixture, well-attended marathon or one of the increasingly popular endurance races, obstacle courses or colour runs is of paramount importance. Public Liability is often a requirement of most venues and local authorities, meaning an event cannot be staged without proof of this type of insurance cover.
Whether you are organising or attending an event, insurance can be tailored to meet your needs, including making sure you are adequately covered for travel to and from events.
Policies can cover Liability protections, Cancellation cover, non-appearance of key individuals, Property and Equipment cover, Adverse Weather and Terrorism.
From experience of working with a variety of organisations, we understand the common risks and build robust programmes to protect all elements of the organisation and all people involved in your sport, from participants and officials to volunteers, without who your sport may not function. Common policies that are often needed by organisations include: Public Liability, Cancellation, Directors & Officers
We work with a number of professional sports people to provide them with cover that will help to protect their future earnings in the event of a serious accident. We have experience of working with agents, managers and professional teams to provide cover for their prized asset(s). Covers include: Travel insurance, Medical Repatriation, Person Accident
Organisers need to fully understand their obligations to other parties, such as the sport’s national governing body, the venue owner, participants, medics and first aid staff, officials, volunteers and spectators, paying or not, who have come to watch a sport in a safe environment. We can help to insure all of these obligations. We can help to insure all of these obligations: Travel insurance, Medical Repatriation, Person Accident
Congratulations to Maria Costello MBE who made history at the Isle of Man TT last week! Maria has become the first female competitor to compete in both the sidecar and Lightweight TT races on the same day.