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Amusement Park Liability: The Insurance Perspective


You don’t have to be an amusement park, theme park or fairground owner to understand that the industry has multitude forms of exposure to liability. Current events highlighting malfunctions leading to accidents occurring on attractions, such as the log ride in S CA or the rollercoaster in PA, underscore some of the risks that operators are keenly aware of.

The insurance companies offer protective insurance coverage that is explained in a clear and concise form below.

 

Insurance for the Amusement Park



Amusement parks or fairgrounds that are permanently located at a specific site are simpler to cover than temporary ones or even those that continuously move from place to place. Risks include those linked to electronic equipment, food service outlets, absence of public fire defense, and the possibility of property vandalism. Insurance coverage for those that are open on a seasonal-basis is problematic as well.

For those that are eligible, liability insurance protects from claims associated with bodily injury and property damages that result from premises and functions at particular locales.

 

For more information related to amusement park or fairgrounds, speak to the experienced insurance professionals at Prime.

 


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Summary: Insurance coverage for the Amusement Park is explained in a concise and easy to understand manner in this quick read by the commercial insurance professionals. 


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