Gabriel is right on the button. Any SCA group sponsored activity (fighter practice, local meeting, official events, local events, etc) are covered by the general liability insurance. If a site asks for insurance, show them the "proof of insurance" form first. Your local seneschal should have a copy of the "proof of insurance" form for this year. If not, drop me a line and I can get it for you.
If and only if, they site requires to be named as additionally insured, do you need to order the extra certificate for general liability.
Any time there are horses involved, you need to order the equestrian insurance certificate.
I remain a servant of the Crown.
> Date: Wed, 17 Jul 2013 15:30:41 -0500 > From: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Re: [CALONTIR] Running an Event - Insurance > To: [log in to unmask] > > The SCA's insurance covers events. Nothing else is needed. > > If the site wants to be named as an "additional insured" (which really > isn't needed about 99.99% of the time), then you have to order a > certificate. That costs $50 per > http://www.sca.org/docs/pdf/insurancecert.pdf > > If you need "proof of insurance", that's free, email Renee. > > Gabriel > Well...Patrick really > > On Wed, Jul 17, 2013, at 03:01 PM, Eowyth ža Sišend wrote: > > Right - I get that (as an equestrian marshal who has run multiple > > equestrian events, believe me - I know...) > > > > However, it's not very clear from any of the paperwork whether or not a > > request form should be sent in for the _general liability_ insurance or > > not. Per the Society's Seneschal handbook, it would seem that a request > > for > > _general_ insurance is not needed. > > However, the "explanation" on the Society Insurance page seems to > > indicate > > that it IS needed. > > > > Is the insurance activated when the event is approved by the Reeve? Is > > the > > insurance just a 24/365 policy? Is there something that needs to be done > > for the regular general liability insurance... > > > > So basically - as a regular event steward, have you ever sent in a > > general > > liability (NOT NAMING an additional insured) insurance request in? > > > > If not, great! Answers my question. ;-) > > > > In Service, > > > > Eowyth > > > > -- > Patrick Anderson > [log in to unmask] > "No matter how much you feed the wolf, > he keeps looking at the forest." --Ilse Lehiste