Missouri Meetings & Events 2013 St. Louis Regional Expo
May 20-21, 2013
The Risky Business of Insuring Your Events
Do you think your company picnic is a liability? Does the organizations fundraiser have any hidden risk? If you rent a tent and it collapse on event attendees are you responsible as the event planner? Lastly, True or false? A general liability policy is the only coverage a planner needs to protect against the risk associated with events, FALSE.
In this session, Corey Schuster will discuss what general liability coverage does and does not include. Do you only think about the chances of rain, or the chances of someone getting injured? Learn about all of the risks you need to consider when planning your event, and what coverage will protect you.
Schuster has been a licensed insurance agent since 1999 and worked as an agent for State Farm for almost two years. He then served in the United State Marine Corps as a sergeant in the NCOIC Internal Control Finance Office, where he was responsible for auditing and budgeting all monies appropriated to the USMC from the Department of Defense. Once released from active duty in 2001, Schuster started an insurance agency targeting independent business owners in the food and beverage industry and offering personal insurance services.
Schuster is now a managing agent for Daniel and Henry, one of the largest privately held independent insurance brokerage firms in the country. Daniel and Henry offers more than 100 years of insurance industry knowledge and specializes in all lines of insurance including property, general liability, liquor liability, workers’ compensation, health, life, home, auto and bonds.