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Axe Throwing Insurance

Owning an axe throwing venue is an exciting business opportunity that requires specialized insurance protection for the risks inherent with the industry. Our professionals have decades of experience crafting axe throwing insurance plans and we offer one of the industry's top policies with a $1,000,000 per person limit and it is compliant with all state regulations. Our dedicated team of experts can answer your questions and provide a quote for a quality axe throwing insurance policy. 

Axe throwing insurance protects: 

  • Building and its contents
  • Taps, refrigeration, ovens, and kitchen and bar equipment
  • Cash registers, POS systems, and furniture
  • Televisions, sound systems, and other electronics
  • Outdoor fixtures, fences, and signs 

Axe throwing insurance protects you from: 

  • Bodily injury to customers, vendors, or visitors on your premises
  • Drunk driving car accidents claims
  • Assault and battery claims
  • Bodily injury or property damage from intoxicated patrons
  • Harm or injury caused by drink and food-borne illnesses
  • Personal injury or property damage caused by your employees
  • Employment-related claims
  • Employee claims from work-related illnesses or injuries
  • False advertising, slander, or libel claims
  • Burglary, vandalism, or civil commotion 
  • Weather-related events and power outages
  • Building collapse, explosion, and fire
  • Replacing or repairing broken equipment
  • Business down time and loss of income due to equipment failure 
  • Food or goods lost as a result of equipment malfunction



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