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Off-Premises Party Caterer: Do You Have Proper Insurance?


Whether it’s a holiday party or a special event, a business that provides catering to different locations includes those engaged in take-out and pick-up, drop off and delivered, 3rd-party, food trucks – and full service catering. All of these different venues of catering need insurance protection that will shield it from possible liability.

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What Type of Caterer Insurance Coverage?


Insurance can include a number of key forms of associated coverage:

  • Commercial General Liability Insurance (including mental anguish or emotional distress liability coverage)

  • Subcontractor Insurance

  • Equipment Breakdown Insurance

  • Personal and Advertising Injury Liability Insurance

  • Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI)

  • Inland Marine Insurance

  • Loss of Income Insurance

  • Liquor Liability Insurance

  • Other Related Insurance Coverage

For those caterers that service customers only part-time, as an occasional occupation, and do not need coverage on a consistent yearly basis, they can buy related coverage as it relates to each special event serviced.

For more information about full and off-premises catering, contact the experienced insurance professionals at Prime.

 


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Summary: If you are a caterer that deals with off-premises servicing, your insurance needs differ from the standard form of catering. Learn what type of coverage suits your particular needs here in this special report.


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