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Essential coverages to meet client demands
Professional Liability (E&O) insurance protects your business from the mistakes that occur while providing professional services to your clients, or if your graphic designer fails to perform the contracted work. Insurance will protect your business and makes sure that legal costs and court fees are paid.
General Liability insurance protects your business against third-party claims of bodily injury, property damage, advertising mistakes and other covered risks up to the limits of your policy. This insurance policy shields your business from out-of-court settlements, attorney fees, legal fees, litigation and judgments awarded by courts should you get sued.
Cyber Liability covers your business from data breach where your customers' personal information, like credit card and Social Security numbers, are stolen or exposed by criminals that have gained access to your computer or network. It will cover the loss or damage to the electronic data, notification costs, damage to reputation and other related covered costs.
Hired & Non-Owned Auto insurance can pay for damages caused by the cars your business uses but doesn’t own. The policies will typically cover your business for the liability that happens while driving a leased vehicle, employee-owned cars, and rentals. The insurance will pay for the repair of the vehicle, damaged property, and legal fees.
Whether you own a company or work as a freelancer, insurance is your business’s first level of defense against all the risks that your business might face. For example, your business made a mistake in design that caused your clients a profit loss. If the client files a lawsuit, your insurance will pay for the associated costs. Your business and financial assets are fully protected.
There are a number of things that could go wrong in your business. Below are some examples:
The cost of insurance for graphic design professionals depends on several factors. Most insurance policies will depend on the size of your business, the properties you own, the coverage needed and the number of employees to define the cost of your insurance policies. Without taking these into account, below is the average cost of the common insurance policies graphic designer usually buy:
Designers within this industry focus on the visual arts. Examples of these businesses include commercial art studios, corporate identification (i.e., logo) design services, medical art or illustration services, and graphic design consulting services.
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