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Pavillion Insurance Management Indemnityguard - insurance policy

Pavillion Insurance Management Indemnityguard - insurance policy - Don't leave yourself open to claims from disgruntled clients, take out personal indemnity insurance with Pavillion.

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Pavillion Insurance Management Indemnityguard - insurance policy
Press release:
Pavilion Insurance Management Ltd announces the launch of Indemnityguard – a policy created to provide professional indemnity insurance cover for photographers and videographers.

Professional indemnity provides essential cover, so that in the event a photographer finds themselves in dispute with a client, the cost of defending any allegations or claims made against them are paid or compensation is paid to the client.

Indemnityguard offers four levels of cover: £25,000 / £50,000 / £100,000 and £250,000 with other benefits including cover for negligent mis-statement or misrepresentation, cover for defamation or infringement of intellectual property rights and cover of costs incurred in business recovery should documents or data be lost.

Indemnityguard professional indemnity insurance policies cover the photographer (and any partner, director or senior manager in actual control of the business) anywhere in the world.

Premiums depend on the level of cover required and the photographer’s maximum annual income but start from £100. Photographers must have had at least 3 years experience as a photographer to be eligible for cover.
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User_Removed 10 17.9k 8 Norway
11 Jan 2007 4:29PM

Quote: Photographers must have had at least 3 years experience as a photographer to be eligible for cover.

How do they ratify that?

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afunkyname 7 354
12 Jan 2007 7:55AM
phone them up to find out
User_Removed 10 3.3k Russian Federation
13 Jan 2007 2:29PM

Quote: Photographers must have had at least 3 years experience as a photographer to be eligible for cover.

Professional Photographer or amateur?

Part- or full-time?


Quote: Premiums depend on the level of cover required and the photographer’s maximum annual income

Does that include those of us with negative incomes? ;o)

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