Certificates can be added instantly, using our online quote and purchase system.
What is a Certificate of Liability?
A Certificate of Liability is a document showing proof of insurance. Many facilities require proof of Liability Insurance. When you purchase Liability Insurance from Event Insurance by RVNA, we automatically provide you with a Certificate of Liability. If your facility requests a Certificate of Liability with their name added as an Additional Insured, you can add this free of charge during your online purchase or after purchase by signing in to our online policy management system. Liability Insurance starts at $95 and protects you against a variety of mishaps. It also includes Host Liquor Liability and Property Damage Liability.
We insure birthday parties, anniversary parties, engagement parties, holiday parties and many other private events. Purchase instantly using our online system and Quote, Pay and Print your policy in minutes, without picking up a phone.
Add Additional Insureds online and print a Certificate of Liability for your event location in minutes. Already purchased a policy with us? Just sign in to our online policy management system to add an additional insured to the policy and print a Certificate of Liability. Our policies offer unlimited Certificates of Liability, free of charge. View Sample Certificate of Liability.
We offer various coverage limits with Liability Insurance:
Event Insurance by RVNA is underwritten by Fireman’s Fund. Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company began in 1863, in San Francisco. Fireman’s Fund parent company, Allianz SE, of Munich, Germany, is the fourth largest financial institution in the world. Allianz operates in over 70 countries with more than 170,000 employees. For over 100 years Fireman’s Fund has been rated “A” by the major rating agencies A.M. Best, Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s.
Accidents where Liability Insurance may protect you include:
• Guests eat a catered meal that results in food poisoning;
• A guest trips on a step while entering your backyard, falls and breaks her arm;
• A guest has an automobile accident heading home from your party, where you served alcohol.