Category: Insurance — Business Liability
TCP & Co. is pleased to announce a new Photography, Video & Still Production Insurance Program! Backed by the financial strength of Great American Insurance Group, the program offers you many benefits.
Relevant coverage offerings, including but not limited to:
- Video production acceptable — No exclusions for video production. No limitations on production expenses (GPC) or how many you do a year. No extra premiums to pay.
- All states minimum premiums now at $500 (down from $750 previously.) Quarterly installments with $3 per payment available to everyone (was $10). Nine installments available to premiums with $2,500 and above.
- Computer equipment on premises $25,000. Off premises world-wide $10,000.
- Short term rented equipment, third party property damage, props sets & wardrobe
- Annual Pro Pac option — insuring digital film, faulty data cards, extra expense, psw, third party property damage, non-owned & hired auto liability & physical damage.
- Errors & Omissions — ($250 additional cost) new visual imagery professional liability insurance form written specifically for photographers.
- Cyber Liability Endorsement — ($300 additional cost) covers website publishing liability, security breach liability; increases laptop coverage to $25,000
- Customized “add in” options so that your insurance policy best reflects your business.
TCP & Co. is in a unique position to deal with the exposures professional photographers face every day. For over thirty years we have heard the horror stories — camera equipment losses, lawsuits, EDD penalties & fines, E&O claims, fraudulent Workers Compensation claims, models getting hurt, faulty SIM cards, you name it — and have worked tirelessly to ensure your needs are being met. We have dedicated our business to serving you the photographer, and the video and still production community.
How to Acquire Benefit
Phone for a quote, or visit https://secure.etsonline.com/tcpinsurance/tcpinsurancecom/photoQuote.php. ASMP membership will be checked before coverage is written.