Photography And Videography Insurance
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Questions About Photography And Videography Insurance
Insurance Canopy provides high quality insurance options specifically designed to fit the needs of photographers and videographers. If you were to face an insurance claim as a result of your business operations—like someone getting injured during a photo shoot—you could be held liable to pay crippling expenses out of pocket.
Photo and video insurance protects photographers and videographers like you from third-party bodily injury and property damage claims. You can also extend your coverage to your camera and other business equipment at an additional cost in case it is ever broken or stolen. With photo and video insurance from Insurance Canopy, you can rest easy knowing that you can have the financial protection your business needs when you need it the most.
As a photographer or videographer, your business has risks. If an accident ever happens where an injury occurs or property damage takes pace, you will want to have the financial safety net that photo and video services insurance provides. With insurance, if an accident ever occurs, you could receive help in paying expenses that you otherwise would cover out of pocket.
At the most basic level, photo and video services insurance will provide you with general liability—which will protect your business from third-party bodily injury and property damage claims. You also have the option of adding camera equipment protection at an additional cost. Should your gear break or be stolen, you can receive financial help in repairing or replacing it.
Photo and video services insurance starts at $129 a year for up to $2 million coverage in general and liability coverage. You can also add protection for camera and other gear protection at an additional cost. There are several options for equipment insurance, so you can choose the rate and coverage that best suits your business needs.
You can also add third parties like venue owners and event promoters and organizers to your policy as an “additional insured.” The cost to add an additional insured to your policy is always affordable but may vary.