As a photographer you likely have a lot of regular interaction with clients, potential clients, subjects and members of the public. This means you can be exposed to a lot of risks in terms of causing accidental damage or personal injury.
For example, some equipment you are using – such as a heavy tripod – could fall over and injure a passer-by, or a client could trip over a wire in your studio. Even if you are semi-professional photographer, there is the risk of an accident that could damage a third party’s property or cause them injury. If you don’t have public liability cover in place, you could be left with an expensive claim to settle out of your own pocket.
To give photographers more choice and flexibility with their cover, we offer a range of public liability levels to choose from depending on your own needs and requirements. You can choose from the following cover amounts:
- £1 million
- £2 million
- £3 million
- £5 million
If you think you require a higher level of photographer public liability insurance, you can contact us directly to request it.
For more information, read our detailed guide What is Public Liability Insurance? – or get a quote now.