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Write More Business With Aerial Arts Insurance

 Aerial arts feature thrilling techniques and daring moves that awe audiences. In the case of aerial arts instruction, they keep participants fit and on the move. As with any awe-inspiring activities, there is risk involved. Prime Insurance Company provides aerial arts insurance, recognizing that this activity is growing in popularity and that people should have coverage while enjoying it. If you need coverage for an aerialist, instructors, or another profession or business involved with the aerial arts, we may be able to help.

People who work or play in riskier fields may think they are ineligible for insurance. They may believe that they have to take that risk to enjoy their hobby or career opportunity. Regular liability insurance may exclude aerial arts based on its risk. This information may be hidden in the fine print. With Prime Insurance Company, however, our partnership approach means your clients can perform and fulfill their professional activities, knowing that they are covered in the event of an accident. We focus on writing for challenging risks, where clients may have been turned away in the past. In this way, you can write more business and keep your customers happy.

The Risks of Aerial Arts — Why Clients Need Aerial Arts Insurance

One of the largest risk factors of aerial arts is the height at which acrobatics are performed, with the potential for falls that can injure or even cause death. Alongside that, there are the actual techniques and equipment involved with aerial arts. Participants wrap and position themselves with fabric, which can cause muscular injuries, bruising, sprains, broken bones, paralysis, and again, even death.

A study in the American Journal of Sports Medicine shows an injury rate of 9.7 percent for Cirque du Soleil artists, as an example of the risks of this activity — these are well-trained people with lots of experience, but injuries still can happen.

Businesses and instructors need protection when their work includes aerial arts. It’s a dangerous sport, and the right precautions have to be taken. These precautions include adequate training, on-site risk management, and carrying insurance coverage that protects participants, instructors, and business owners.

Here’s how you can help, as an insurance producer.

Securing Aerial Arts Insurance

Prime Insurance Company is not a one-size-fits-all company, which is why we can cover the risks that we do. We write specifically for each situation, ensuring that you and your clients’ needs are addressed appropriately so that everyone can move forward. We pride ourselves on our flexibility, risk management expertise, and years of experience that allow us to help you be a better producer for your clients.

Securing aerial arts insurance for your acrobatic clients is simple with our partnership approach. We aim to provide quotes in as little as 48 hours. In the event that a claim arises, we work just as fast to provide fair results to a fair claim. That efficiency is passed along to you and to your client in turn. We go out of our way to attend to everyone’s needs as quickly as possible.

Being able to provide your clients coverage for risks associated with things like aerial arts means you can set yourself apart from the competition. This may give you an edge that helps you stand out in the market. It adds more options for your clients and those who are looking for an insurance producer who meets their more challenging needs.


In short, we’re fast, fair, and flexible, and that’s why you should work with us. Write more business today by expanding your offerings to include aerial arts insurance. Get a quote easily by filling out our online form, or contact us by calling 800-257-5590 or emailing info@primeis.com. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

We’re looking forward to working with you.

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