You know the rush of watching a motorsport event if you’ve ever been to one. Whether it’s the additional danger or the sound of cars as they rumble by, there’s something special about witnessing motorized activities. Organizing a motorized vehicle event, on the other hand, poses the unique challenge of keeping spectators safe while also allowing them to enjoy the action. Successful motorized vehicle accidents would have adequate insurance coverage and follow risk management protocols, which could include the installation of protective barriers and netting if required. It’s easy to imagine the accidents and property damage that could occur if adequate safety measures aren’t taken during motorized vehicle incidents.
This program includes:
Spectator Liability: This protects you from liability suits resulting from injuries to the spectators or property damage to their belongings. Keep in mind that a spectator is only a spectator if he or she is in the “spectator environment.” If they enter the “pit area” or “competition area,” they must sign a waiver release, much like a competitor or worker, and they are likely no longer considered spectators.
Participant Legal Liability: This is to protect you against liability suits brought by your participants, staff, or someone else who is injured while in the “pits or competition area” and sues you alleging that your negligence caused their injuries. If you don’t make each of these people sign a waiver release before entering the region, your coverage will be revoked.
Products Liability: This covers you in the event of a lawsuit resulting from the selling of souvenirs or food items.
Personal Injury: This covers you in the event of a false conviction, malicious prosecution, or oral or written publication that libels or slanders another person and is deemed a breach of their privacy. This coverage includes the invasion or violation of intangible emotional and mental interests.