How Much Will Liquor Liability Insurance Cost For A Temporary Event?

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Wine & chocolate tastings, Bar Mitzvahs, and weddings are just a few examples of “temporary” events where we write their liquor liability insurance. But one of the most frequently asked questions we receive is, “How Much Will Liquor Liability Insurance Cost For A Temporary Event?” A temporary event is considered a single, multi-day event that could be a wedding, cocktail … Read More

10 Ways To Help Prevent Potential Lawsuits From Your Company Holiday Party

adminBars & Restaurants, Employees, Liquor Liability, Special Event Insurance

Tis the season for holiday parties, eggnog and late nights. We attend the ugly sweater parties, the family traditions, and most common, attending the annual work party. Many companies spend weeks, even months, planning their holiday party. They plan everything from where the event will take place down to the type of silverware placed on the table. However, one aspect … Read More

Liquor Liability Insurance For Weddings

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Liquor Liability Insurance For Weddings

The most memorable day of your life has arrived. The flowers, the dress, the guest list, with so many facets of planning, it’s important not to forget about the one small often overlooked item that many don’t think about – obtaining liquor liability insurance coverage for your wedding. Temporary event liquor liability insurance is necessary if you are catering your … Read More

Celebrate Safely: Why You Need Liquor Liability for Holiday Parties

By John W. TympanickLiquor Liability, Policyholders, Special Event Insurance

Employer Liability For Serving Alcohol

What comes to mind when you hear the words “Holiday Party” or “New Year’s Celebration?” For most it means food, family, friends and fun. But what’s the best way to celebrate the end of a year and the start to a new one? With festive drinks of course. It has become generally accepted that special events wouldn’t be as special … Read More