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With a drone, you have the opportunity to capture the world around you from a different perspective and capture eye-catching imagery in a unique way. However, this additional opportunity comes with its own set of risks. If you use a drone for your photography or videography business, it is essential to protect your gear with drone insurance. Don’t let an accident derail your business. Make sure you’re covered today.
Drone Accidents Happen: How Drone Insurance Can Help
At first glance, you may think your drone is harmless and this piece of equipment couldn’t cause serious injuries to bystanders. However, a drone can weigh over 20 pounds and its propellers can be dangerous when proper precautions are not taken. If this device falls right out of the sky or is launched incorrectly and hits a person, you may be found liable. You face the risk of a person sustaining an injury or even death due to the drone.
These types of incidents can easily land you in a court of law. Not only will you need to pay to defend yourself, but you may be held liable for paying medical expenses as well. The costs associated with a claim being filed against you can range from a few thousand dollars to potentially hundreds of thousands.
Drone Liability Insurance Includes:
- Legal Liability and Personal Liability Coverage up to $10 million
- Physical Damage Coverage
- $5,000 Medical Expense Coverage
- $5,000 Bail Bonds
- $100,000 Fire Legal
- And More!
Accidents Drone Photographers and Videographers May Face
- A small UAV struck a power line and knocked out power for 1,600 residents for several hours
- A drone accidentally crashed on the roof of a car and caused damage
- During a bridal session in the mountains, a drone crashed and started a small fire
- At a venue, a drone crashed in the middle of the road and a passing car drove over it
Each of these accidents can result in a costly lawsuit, which drone insurance may cover.
Protect Your Gear With Drone Insurance!
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) estimates that the number of drones in the United States is expected to increase from 600,000 devices to over 2.7 million by 2020. With more drones taking to the sky, the chances of injuries and deaths from these devices increases as well. Don’t operate your gear without drone insurance. If your device does injure a bystander or client, the cost of defending yourself in court can close your business permanently.
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- 1–3 Days Policy Options
- General Liability
(Does not include product liability, property, or equipment insurance)
- Personal and Advertising Injury
- General Liability
- Product Liability
- Add Ons Available
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