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Videographer Insurance



A+ Insurance for Videographers


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Insurance Canopy provides A+ rated Videographer Insurance. With general liability, business personal property, and more according to your needs, our insurance can protect your business from most exposures associated with the videography industry. We provide high quality insurance at the affordable price of $129 per year so you can focus your efforts on running your business with peace of mind.

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Liability Insurance for Videographers

General Liability

It’s important to have general liability insurance, which can protect your business from paying out of pocket should someone get hurt or you accidentally cause property damage during a video shoot. Insurance Canopy’s Videographer Insurance includes general liability, so you’ll have a financial safety net in place should an accident ever occur.

Videographer Equipment Coverage

Flexible Equipment Coverage

As a videographer, you’ve spent thousands on video equipment, and it can be even more expensive to repair or replace. With Videographer Insurance, you can include your equipment in your insurance policy in case it’s ever damaged or stolen. Insurance Canopy even has multiple camera equipment insurance options so you never have to pay for more coverage than you need.

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Shoot With Confidence

Videographer Insurance does more than protect your business. It creates a financial safety net that can grant you peace of mind knowing that should something ever occur, you can have the assistance you need. At Insurance Canopy, we remove the financial stress and burden of risk, allowing you to run your business with confidence.

Coverage Details

General & Professional Liability Limits

General Aggregate Limit


Products-Completed Operations Aggregate Limit


Personal and Advertising Injury Limit


General Each Occurrence Limit

Damage to Premises Rented to You (Any One Premises)
Medical Expense Limit (Any One Person)


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What You Get

  • General Liability: covers expenses from third-party insurance claims that come from injuries or damages that occurred at your business location or as a result of your business equipment or operations.
  • Product Liability: covers expenses, such as legal fees, that arise as a result of someone getting sick or injured by the product you sold them.
  • Business Personal Property: covers expenses that arise from your business personal property or equipment, like a computer, being damaged or stolen as a result of or during your business operation.
  • No-Cost Additional Insureds: covers the event or venue so it is not held liable should an accident occur. It is often required for vendors to cover events as additional insureds.

Need More Coverage?

  • Professional Liability ($125): protects against third-party claims as a result of errors or omissions that occurred during a lesson or demonstration. If you teach lessons to do demonstrations, we recommend having this coverage.
  • Cyber Liability ($99): covers expenses that arise from cyber crime, like stolen data or customer information. If you collect or store data electronically, we highly recommend this coverage.
  • Workers Compensation: If you have employees, you may want to consider workers compensation, which covers medical fees and loss of income as a result of injury during business operations.

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Videographer Insurance is a policy that can protect your business from paying out of pocket for insurance claims that may arise as a result of your business operations—like injuries, equipment loss, or property damage that takes place during a video shoot. Without insurance, your videography business could be held liable and required to cover hefty expenses. Our policy includes general and product liability and other additional insurance options to ensure that no matter your business operation, you can have the coverage you need. Get a quote today
Videographer Insurance can protect your business from expenses that come from injury, property damage, and broken or stolen property as a result of your business operation. Without insurance, these expenses could be financially crippling and even cost you your business. As a videographer, you work intimately with other people, so it is vitally important to protect your business from out-of-pocket expenses should injury or other damages occur as a result of your business. Get a quote today
The base rate for Videographer Insurance is $129 a year for up to $2 million coverage in general liability as well as business personal property coverage. For an additional price, you may choose to get more protection according to your business needs, such as increased equipment coverage for your gear, professional liability insurance if you teach lessons, or cyber liability which can protect your business from the expenses that arise should your business fall victim to cyber crime. Get a quote today
Many events and venues will require you to add them as an additional insured, which extends your insurance coverage to them. This prevents the event or venue from being held liable should an accident occur as a result of your business operation. If you ever participate in an event or do a shoot video at a particular venue, you may be required to include an additional insured. Insurance Canopy’s Videographer Insurance policy allows you to include additional insureds for a small extra cost depending on the coverage you need. Get a quote today
Choosing the right insurance is critical.
You can’t afford gaps in your coverage that could put you out of business.
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