Weather & Rain Insurance That Does More
Weather is unpredictable. Build a policy that helps protect your company’s bottom line against the negative effects of rain, heat, cold, or a combination of elements. Vortex makes it simple, straightforward, fast, and on your terms.
We understand weather. With roots as former leaders in the weather risk management industry and evolving into an insurtech, Vortex has provided weather risk management solutions to clients using insurance-based products since 2008. Our products range from data-driven policies that insure your one-time event to long-term solutions that mitigate risk. Our difference is experience, simplicity, and flexibility. Our priority is the success of your business.
Why Do I Need Rain Insurance?
Even with the best planning, the unpredictable can happen, like bad weather. You can’t control when or how the skies open, but a rain insurance policy can help against the negative impact the weather can have on your business.
If an outdoor event experiences heavy rain during operation, it could be devastating to traffic and sales. If a ballpark or racetrack suffers too many rainy days in a season, profits could dip drastically. If a Christmas tree farm suffers through a drought that kills 80% of its trees, the financial impact could be crippling.
Rain insurance for events or seasonal operations could mean the difference between walking away empty-handed or stabilizing revenue and being able to resume business. Payments are made within days of a claim and often are received within two weeks, so your operations won’t miss a beat!
You might call us weather nerds, and we’re fine with that. We don’t just work with insurance and weather—we understand both. As an insurtech, we’ll help you understand more, too, so that you have the insight to mitigate your business risks.
Vortex is committed to continued advancements within the weather risk industry. It’s our goal to constantly improve our operations through innovation and pass along the benefits to our clients and partners.
Risk management isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. Instead, we’ll create a policy built for your specific needs and concerns to help protect your brand, your business, and your bottom line.
You choose the weather insurance policy you need. And if the conditions of your policy are met, you’ll receive your payment in around one to two weeks—no cumbersome paperwork required.
In 2008, Vortex Weather Insurance launched from its parent company, MSI GuaranteedWeather, to allow easier access for businesses to financially mitigate weather risks. Over a decade later, Vortex has become a leader in offering weather insurance through weather technology advances to help better serve our partners. Today, as an insurtech Vortex allows its partners a unique combination of weather risk management options with vast weather risk experience that is nearly impossible to find in a very competitive industry.
Beach Soccer Club – Virginia Beach
NFLA Draft Pro-Am & Experience / EPB Golf LLC
Rick Summers, Chairman & CEO - PGA Magazine Group
Carolinas PGA Section
Randy Jones Foundation
Perfect Game Midwest
Venture Richmond Events, LLC
MET PGA Section
Salina Highbanks Speedway
DICK’S Sporting Goods Open
John Karedes, Executive Director
John Karedes, Executive Director of the DICK’S Sporting Goods Open
"The whole insurance process was incredibly simple and straightforward. The policy gave us peace of mind, knowing that if it did rain enough to impact the tournament, the financial loss will be manageable. That allowed us to focus on our main goal, which was to deliver a first class event experience for the golf fans of central New York."
Arts in the Heart of Augusta Festival
Brenda Durant, Executive Director
South Florida PGA
Riverfront Sports and Entertainment
Greensboro National Golf Club
Justin Malone, General Manager
Work With Us
We’re ready to help you with your weather risk management needs or answer questions you may have. We create a rain insurance policy based on your risk and pay you if the conditions of your rain insurance policy are met; there’s no need to provide detailed documentation. Both weather and insurance are complex—and that’s why we strive to make managing your weather risk as easy as possible.