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Does anyone have any recommendations for a good provider of liability insurance for my dojo?
Also, what amounts/options should I look into?
Thanks in advance for all your replies.
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I've been using http://www.karateinsurance.com
and according to the over 1000 other dojo listed on his website, most dojo use this company.
Of course, since no one has sued me, I can't say how good they are if you really need them.
Hopefully someone will respond with information about how reliable they are in the case of a problem.
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I also use the company George and did some research on them before I purchased my policy. They have a good track record and decent premium costs.
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