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The music is pumping through the bodies of 700 guests; it’s difficult to differentiate musical bass from rumbling floors. The love in the air evaporated as a dancing bride and groom disappeared.

Swooning turns to guttural screams. Music is consumed by the nauseating sensation of 300 plus guests falling from the third story dance floor, two floors beneath. Guests at the Israeli, Versailles Wedding Hall in 2001 were smashed by concrete. Several others were forced to cling to the broken walls, over 20 attendees died that day.How quickly celebration can meet calamity.

Disasters can range anywhere from stage collapses, crowds trampling one another in the event of an emergency, an active shooter, or even entire floors falling through killing dozens. Weddings, receptions, music festivals and more all fall under Special Events. These should always utilize Special Event Insurance, and your event shouldn’t be an exception.

With Special Event Insurance you’ll be covered against lawsuits, property damage, or bodily injury claims if some of the aforementioned mishaps took place. Incidents like these are unpredictable.

The reality is we can plan for everything to go right and most of the time they do. But leaving room for any mishap is part of the art of preparation and wise event planning. Don’t leave anything to chance because calamity can happen anytime, anywhere.

Insure your event now with S E Benchmark Insurance to avoid feeling the damage in your bank account later.  

Posted 5:51 PM

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Dartricia Rollins said...
This was a great reminder as a fundraiser for nonprofits and politicians, this is often overlooked when planning special events and it really could be disastrous and a financial burden.
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