Prime Insurance Company provides protection for all types of entertainers and performing artists who risk being blamed for professional negligence or failure to perform necessary duties. Accidents happen, even to the most skilled and talented performers. One single lawsuit could put your entire entertainment career in jeopardy. Prime Insurance Company Entertainer Liability coverage is available for actors, artists, bands, comedians, composers, corporate entertainment, dancers, DJs, film crews, models, musicians, performers, recording studios, sculptors, singers, and other performing artists.
The Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration proposed fines of more than $25,000 for Cirque du Soleil for safety violations in the June 29 death of a performer Sarah Guillot-Guyard, who fell nearly 100 feet after a wire broke during a performance of the “Ka” show at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The agency proposed fines of $7,000 for the casino.
54.30 million people attended concerts in the US in 2011
We write the tough risks and producers reap the rewards. Whatever the unique underwriting characteristics that make a risk difficult to place, we adapt to specific needs and concerns.
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No risks are bound until expressly accepted by PRIME, upon receipt of all requested information and the return of the applicable premium. In most cases premium financing options are included with the quote.
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Prime writes business in the U.S., Canada, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands, with the exception of California, New Hampshire, New York, and Rhode Island. Click here to check state availability.