* In order to be eligible for the liability insurance package, you must be a member in good standing of the LHA. Please visit our Membership Page for information about the different membership categories.
The LHA protects all reenactors at events hosted by the National LHA Headquarters, its departments and committees, and even by member units that request insurance support.
Hosting an Event: For LHA units, LHA organizations, Officially Recognized LHA Departments or Committees, municipalities and celebration committees who wish to host an event and need to prove that the LHA has liability coverage or they need to additionally insure land owners or others who are sponsors (such as a municipality) fill out and send in this application click here.
LHA is one of the only organizations where, Responsible Parties For Events Are Covered Personally: The LHA Board of Directors, and Officers that include those persons operating events (could be unit leaders) where LHA Safety Rules and LHA Organizational Liability Insurance is used are in addition “personally covered for liability”.
A Policy Just For Reenactment Units: The LHA offers you personally as well as your reenacting group the opportunity to have the best and most affordable liability insurance package available in the United States today. That policy goes with you whether you are at an LHA event or the event of some other organization. One big restriction is that you can’t host an event with it—but if you notice from the above offerings that come with LHA membership, LHA Headquarters can help you host an event through insurances we already have in place.
The Living History Association is prepared to help you with your reenacting needs, regardless of what organization you represent, how many or how few reenactors you may have—we are “People Bringing History To People.”
All insurance information, forms, and applications on this page is current and effective as of January 30, 2014.