Do I need insurance to teach fire dancing in a park on weekends....and if so wht insurance do I need and where can I get this insurance? x?

  • by georgia
  • Dec 06,2018
  • 7 answers

Do I need insurance to teach fire dancing in a park on weekends....and if so wht insurance do I need and where can I get this insurance? x?


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car253 3 months ago

Most parks would probly not allow it. And, getting a business policy or a General liability policy would be almost impossible.

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StephenWeinstein 3 months ago

I'm pretty sure that you can't teach fire dancing in a park -- with or without insurance. Most parks don't allow any fire (except BBQ equipment in some of them), for safety reasons and to keep the air clean.

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Casey Y 3 months ago

I doubt any park would permit the open fire...that's the biggest issue. If you could find a park willing, finding some general liability insurance isn't going to be cheap.
You will have some coverage gaps with something like this. Student Accident coverage is going to be nearly impossible to obtain, but those parks will only care about General Liability.
Contact local agents...

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R K 3 months ago

you don't need to worry about insurance. no park is going to give you permission to do that.

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Greg 3 months ago

Yes and permission from the park owner.

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georgia 3 months ago

the park is public...

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Steve D 3 months ago

Probably...you will need liability insurance and more than likely a permit from you local parks department. Also, the parks department should be able to tell you how much and what type of insurance you will need. And doesn't matter if the park is public - using it for an organized activity usually requires a permit, and if you plan on charging to teach your class, you may also need a certification (if there are any), a business permit, and your liability insurance. The park is not going to want to be held liable if one of your students gets hurt, hence to need for you to obtain private liability insurance.

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