Liability Insurance Question

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    • #47356
      shastabroadcaster
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      Just was informed a few weeks ago that my insurance carrier will no longer supply liability insurance to me at any price. No claims. Ever. While shopping for a new carrier, we keep getting the same answers. That Video Production is considered a very high risk area in terms of lawsuits, particularly if you are doing weddings. (Which we don’t-but that didn’t make the slightest difference) This is the first I’ve ever heard of this, but our agent went through half a dozen companies and we are now uninsured, which means my equipment sits gathering dust while we resolve this. Has anyone else run into this situation? I understand the need for coverage in case someone trips over the mic cord and hurts their pinky, but the example the agent gave was a unhappy bride suing because she didn’t like the video and so her wedding memories are ruined. (Say what?)

      Any help here?

      Thanks

      Bob Belongie

      Belongie Entertainment Enterprises.

    • #195027
      Cville
      Participant

      First I’ve heard of this. I operate out of my house part time and I have a state farm business policy. Price is very reasonable.

    • #195028
      Grinner Hester
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      Just give your money to a company into taking it, man. Some like to go under. Let em.

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