21 Nov How Aviation Insurance Can Protect Your Glider Business
Paragliding comes with a long list of risks, both for the participants and the equipment. Whether you rent out gliders to enthusiasts or you take passengers, having the right levels of coverage can help your business respond to third-party claims, accidents, and injuries that happen during the day-to-day course of business. Aviation insurance is one of the most important areas for mitigating those risks.
How does aviation insurance protect your glider business?
- If one of your passengers is injured, passenger liability coverage can help. Not only is this coverage potentially mandatory depending on your state or county, but you can tailor coverage precisely according to the size of your business, no matter how large or small.
- Public liability insurance can cover the glider for property damage during an emergency or imprecise landings. It’s never clear where property lines are when you’re in the middle of an unplanned landing, and your primary focus should be on the safety of yourself and your passengers. Use public liability coverage to manage the risk so you can focus on safety first. Public liability coverage can apply to damage down to houses and cars, as well as crop damage if you land in an open fee. It can even help cover your company in the event of any damage done to glider facilities.
Aviation insurance applies to a wide range of different areas of potential damage, injury, and liability. Talk to an insurance expert at Evolution Insurance Brokers here to make sure you have the right policy for your business.