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Kids nail art party. Do you need insurance? - 06-12-05, 01:17 PM

i want to do childrens nail art parties. I am not a nail tech but have just taught myself nail art. I have someone that wants me to do a nail art party for some 7yr olds. This will be my first one. Do I need insurance or something? What if they knock the varnish over, get it on their clothes,on the carpet or whatever. Have got a consent slip for the parents to sign on the invitations.
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06-12-05, 01:21 PM

HI hun. I know most insurance policies say that you have to use a floor covering whenever you do a treatment in someone elses home or you insurance is invalid for spills etc. Not sure if you could get the parents to sign a disclaimer beforehand and whether it would be valid against an insurance claim. You maybe better to phone up your insurance company to get this clarified with them - although often I have found them to be very unhelpful in these cicumstances.
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07-12-05, 12:44 AM

You might find it difficult to get covered by insurance if you dont hold any certificates.
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