Special Event Insurance

Did you know Special Event Liability Insurance provides you and your ensemble with protection for third party bodily injury and property damage arising out of an event? Whether someone falls or gets hurt or damages someone else's property, we can provide you protection to you by assuming the risk of legal claims brought by a third party. We can cover many types of events from fairs and festivals, consumer shows, fundraisers, dances, meetings, luncheons, parties, weddings, concerts and more. More Info...

Tutor Insurance

Teaching with Liability Insurance does not have to be. Most Homeowners and renters' policy does not cover liability or property damage due to business activities. Naturally Clarion can offer insurance to protect you against lawsuits at home or away arising from your tutoring business. It's easy to get... Easy to qualify... and inexpensive!

Musical Instrument Insurance

When it comes to trust and recognition, Clarion's record of outstanding service and unparalleled experience speak for themselves. There is no better company you could choose to protect the things you hold most dear. We are musicians ourselves and know how important your reed instruments and accessories are. More Info...

About Clarion Insurance Services

Clarion Associates, Inc. is a third generation privately owned family business. While we trace our roots back over 50 years, we have spent the last 25 years concentrating our efforts on providing the best insurance products for musicians and the music industry. The insurance market has been volatile over the last 25 years and Clarion has always prided itself on being committed to providing a market for musical instrument insurance. More Info...

Why Clarion Insurance Services?

  • Offering a convenient, affordable
    insurance solution for events/ Concerts and musical instruments.
  • Find quotes in minutes
  • Competitive Quotes
  • Reliable Service

Customer Quotes

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Thank you for excellent service! My claim was paid about seven business days after I
reported it."

- John D'souza