Protect your photography equipment and studio
For some photographers, the focus is on families, brides, graduates and life’s most special moments. Others create evocative images for advertising and marketing, presenting the client’s product or service in the very best light. Whatever the subject, we know you take your work and tools very seriously.
From studio space to the latest cameras, lenses and editing hardware and software, you’ve made a serious investment in your profession. So it’s important to protect this investment with professional photographers insurance from Nationwide. Whether you operate out of your home or a studio, our photography business insurance can be tailored to your specific situation.
Businessowners policy (BOP)
combines commercial property, general liability, business income and other coverages into one convenient package.
Other business insurance products
Explore your options for additional protection for photography studios.
Helps pay for any claims resulting from an employee’s accident while driving a company vehicle, or their own while on company time.
Protect those who work for you. This coverage can replace lost wages, pay for medical treatment and protect your business and its assets if an employee suffers a serious injury.
Protect yourself and your business against charges of discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination.
Protect against customers’ claims for negligent acts, errors or omissions.
Get coverage to help recover losses from employee theft. Work with your agent to find the right amount of coverage for your business.
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