Jumping Castle Insurance

Jumping Castle Insurance

Common Questions About Jumping Castle Insurance

Yes! If you have called around other insurance providers and they’ve all told you no, then don’t fret. We can assist.

Every insurance policy and every business is different. Turnover is a major factor.

To give you a rough idea, we recently insured a business with a turnover of $25,000 a year and the total annual premium was roughly $6,500 per year.

Dry Hire can be covered but it is important that you have risk management plans and adverse weather plans in place as the insurers will want to review these before offering a quote. It is important to note that the monitoring of the weather cannot be left up to the clients, it will need to be monitored offsite by you or your employees.

It is also likely that mandatory supervision by parent, guardian and/or attendants aged 16 and over for all inflatables hired out will be a policy condition.

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What Does Public Liability Insurance Cover?

Personal Injury Claims

An example of an injury a child gets injured while playing on the jumping castle and the parents sue the provider/operator of the jumping castle. The costs for medical expenses, legal costs to defend your position, and any additional compensation payouts could be covered under your public liability insurance.

Property Damage Claims

An example of a property damage claim for a jumping castle could be that it hits a parked car or causes damage to a nearby property.  Public Liability would respond to the legal and compensation amounts.

How Morgan Insurance Brokers can help you

Morgan Insurance Brokers is experienced in insuring these hard to place risks. Due to the recent and previous accidents involving jumping castles, finding cover is hard to find if you don’t know where to look.

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