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What is Event Videography Insurance?

Are you a videographer looking for short-term liability coverage? If that’s the case, videography insurance from Full Frame Insurance is the best choice on the market!

Our 1-3 day event plans provide videographers with general liability coverage that protects you in the event someone at an event that you’re working is injured due to your instruction or equipment.

Ready to learn more? Let’s get started.

Why Do I Need Event Videography Insurance?

Regardless of who you’re working for or the nature of the event you’re shooting, you are exposed to ever-present risks.

Let’s say a friend asks you to shoot a video of their wedding. You’ve known each other for a while, and you know many of the guests who will be attending. While you’re at the wedding, however, one of the guests trips over a piece of your equipment and breaks their wrist upon falling. Even if your equipment was where it was supposed to be, you could still be held liable.

This means that you could be on the hook for hospital bills and even wind up on the receiving end of a lawsuit. The costs here could quickly add up to tens, or even hundreds, of thousands of dollars.

Event videography insurance helps protect you from this. It keeps you protected in case something goes wrong, which could save you from a mountain of debt.

Remember, there are risks you inherit every time you shoot and you can’t always be 100% in control of every situation. 

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What Is Wedding Photography Insurance?

Your event videography insurance plan provides the following:

  • 1-3 days of coverage
  • General liability insurance
  • Note that this does not include product liability or equipment insurance. These are all available, however, in an annual plan
  • Personal and advertising injury

Basically, the event videography policy provides you with the essentials you need to protect yourself from liability risks for a single event. If you’re only shooting at a few events each year, this is likely your best option.

Why Should I Choose FFI?

Videography insurance comes with many benefits! Here are just a few you get when you choose FFI as your videography insurance provider:

No quote process—you can apply and get covered today.

24/7 access to your policy documents—as soon as your purchase is complete, you’ll have immediate access to your policy documents, and you can access them from your online portal on our site at any time.

Proof of Coverage—along with your 24/7 document access, you’ll also have immediate access to a printable proof of coverage, which you may need to provide for some events.

Quality coverage—FFI works with highly-rated carriers to make sure our policies provide you with robust coverage that you can rely on.

Quick online purchasing—if you have 10 minutes to spare, you have enough time to complete your policy purchase online.

Instant coverage—once you click “purchase policy,” you’re covered starting on your chosen effective date; not a moment later.

No deductible for liability claims—if FFI can cover your claim, we’ll do it, and we won’t be charging you a deductible for it.

Non-location specific coverage—your policy purchase isn’t tethered to one location; you can shoot while on the move.

Peace of mind—the last thing you want to be thinking about while you work is a liability risk. With event videography insurance from FFI, you don’t have to.

Get Covered Today!

Full Frame has plans to meet the many needs of videographers. Whether you’ve been in the game for years, or are just getting started, FFI has something to fit your style, business size, and budget.

Check out what your insurance options are here. You’ll find options for both event plans and annual plans. You’ll also find recommendations for you based on your specialty. Whether it be freelancing videography, wedding videography, landscape videography, or something else, FFI has a plan for you.


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