JAUNTIN’ is a leader in birthday party insurance solutions. By leveraging the JAUNTIN’ embedded insurance platform, the entire process of distributing birthday party coverage can be automated and reduced down to minutes and even seconds.
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Birthday party liability insurance is a critical part of any birthday party and can protect both the renter and venue from unforeseen incidents that could lead to financial loss. Unfortunately, birthday party insurance is painful to acquire, especially given all the other things that the host needs to worry about like catering and decor.
Fortunately, birthday insurance is very affordable and easy to acquire within minutes, allowing the host to focus on other aspects of the party, while having peace of mind.
So what are the pain points?
For The Couple Getting Married:
Birthday parties are already stressful. Finding out from the venue that an insurance policy is required (especially at the last minute) can add further stress to the host. Furthermore, having to research and acquire a policy can take days, even weeks through traditional broker/agent channels.
Most importantly, in the insurance world there is a thing called the subrogation clause, which is defined as “a right held by most insurance carriers to legally pursue a third party that caused an insurance loss to the insured.” So in other words, party hosts can be pursued by an insurance company for any losses they have caused. A very strong argument to spend $75 on a policy.
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Birthday parties and event space rentals are a large source of revenue for millions of venues around the country. As part of the risk mitigation process for these venues, the venue (or their insurance company) require third party renters to secure their own insurance for the event. However, this requirement adds a large administrative burden on to the venue. Administrators need to follow up with renters to ensure they have secured an insurance policy with the right coverage. Also, ensuring that the venue is properly listed as an additional insured on the policy certificate is an additional burden.
The JAUNTIN’ embedded insurance platform allows venues to reduce the whole insurance process down to minutes. This also removes a large administrative burden from the venue so they no longer need to chase and reconcile which renters have provided proof of coverage.
All in all, the above pain points are solved by the JAUNTIN’ embedded insurance platform through its low and/or no-code options allowing for embedding in seconds.
Because birthday party policies can start at $75, it is hardly worth the time and effort for brokers and agents. Policies can take days, even weeks to coordinate, making it inefficient to process policies for birthday parties. However, in order to maintain a strong relationship with venues, brokers and agents continue to (grudgingly) sell these policies and view these as a loss-leader for potential future business from the venue for larger business policies.
“Birthday party coverage is a critical coverage, however due to the nature of the product it is hard to prioritize as a broker. The JAUNTIN’ platform allows brokers to service these requests, while entirely reducing the amount of work needed to be done by the broker.” Rain T., Founder, JAUNTIN’
The JAUNTIN’ embedded insurance platform allows brokers/agents to distribute ongoing special events policies without having to do any processing. The platform automates everything so the whole process is done in minutes (or even seconds), reducing the time a broker/agents spends by over 99%. Find out how by contacting us.
Reasons coverage is needed
Why venues must offer birthday party coverage.
At the end of the day, a general insurance policy is a requirement for any business. A single claim could lead to a business/venue losing access to affordable insurance options (or even leave it with no options at all). Venues that rent out their spaces for parties can insulate themselves (and protect their insurance premiums) by requiring third party renters to secure birthday party insurance.
A simple indemnification clause in the renter’s agreement is not enough!
Why renters must get it.
Aside from being made mandatory from the venue, a birthday party insurance policy can protect the renter/organizer from lawsuits and financial losses that results from accidents and injuries that occur during the party. It also provides peace-of-mind allowing the policyholder to focus on the event.
Not convinced? Consider these examples:
- Photographer’s camera bag with event pictures was stolen during the event. Hotel accused of failing to provide adequate security. Event Insurance paid $3,000 plus defense costs (legal fees).
- Venue held Rentee responsible for damaged carpet at reception. Event insurance paid $5,523.81.
- A guest was injured in a fall on a slippery dance floor. Law suit alleged hotel provided improper dance floor. Event coverage paid – $2,500 plus legal fees (defense).
- A guest moved antique dining table and two table legs cracked. Claim paid by Property Damage coverage – $1,865.
- Elderly guest tripped over electrical cord taped to the carpet. Event coverage paid $15, 245.06 plus defense costs (legal fees).
- Hosts held responsible for damaged table top and other property damages. Event insurance paid by Property Damage coverage – $7,000
- Gifts were stolen from trunk of car. Event coverage paid $1,088.
- Fire damage to venue caused by rentee. Event insurance paid $24,365.60.
- “Silly string” sprayed on guests at birthday party caught fire causing second & third degree burns to several children. Law suit filed against rentee and hotel for $1,000,000. Event insurance settled for $135,456 plus legal fees (defense costs).
- Multiple claims filed against hotel for food poisoning. Event insurance paid $4,360.20.
- Fire loss to venue’s ballroom. Event insurance paid $7,000,000 paid for property damage and loss of business income.
- Earthquake during convention dinner caused suspended ceiling and lights to fall injuring several guests (some severely). Rentee and Hotel sued for $10,000,000 (Building contractor and architect weren’t sued because the Statute of Repose expired). Event insurance paid $1,000,000 policy limits. Hotel’s insurance paid $6,500,000 plus defense costs (legal fees).
Why brokers should continue to offer special events coverage.
Although a traditionally painful product to sell, it is now possible to automate the entire distribution of a birthday party insurance policy. This allows brokers to maintain their relationships with the venue with no additional effort. Best of all, commission is still paid to the broker making special events insurance a passive income source for brokers going forward.