P is for Photographers Insurance
With photographers getting booked up months and sometimes years in advance, Photographers Insurance is vital to any professional photographer.
A loss of or damage to equipment can have a serious impact on the business.
Similarly, a legal case from a customer or venue can cost tens of thousands of pounds or more.
What’s covered by Photographers Insurance
All policies are slightly different, but here’s a short list of some of the areas covered by Photographers Insurance we offer:
- Photographic/Video/Computer equipment (UK or worldwide)
- Loss of Revenue
- Goods in Transit
- Employers Liability
- Public Liability
- Products Liability
- Professional Indemnity
- Legal Expenses
- Personal Accident
What to look out for with Photographers Insurance
As no two policies are identical, it’s important to make sure you understand the cover you’re getting for your Photographers Insurance.
For example, some Photographers Insurance policies might only come with Public Liability cover, or equipment cover that’s restricted to certain premises.
Conversely, you could have a comprehensive Photographers Insurance policy, but something in the small-print might present a problem in the future if it’s not entirely suitable for you.
Be sure to explore your options fully with an experience professional before taking out cover.
Get a no-obligation quote for your Photographers Insurance
We already look after a number of photographers, and have access to some competitive rates with very wide cover.
Contact us today to discuss your requirements and get a no-obligation quote for your Photographers Insurance
Evans Insurance Brokers – Independent Insurance Brokers in Essex, serving businesses throughout the UK
”Dan was great, he made the confusing minefield of insurance easy and went through everything. Dan was honest and got me the best deal available for my business needs. I would definitely urge you to use him to get your insurance as he works hard to find you the best deal!!!” – Paul Williams, PJM Williams Photography