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Public Liability Insurance Artists
Artists of all kinds, be it painters, actors and musicians all require a good level of public liability insurance. At Quotezone we have links to a variety of UK brokers and insurance providers and our system can assist you to find the best and cheapest quotes available to suit your needs. We offer you a way to compare prices using different comparison methods for different insurance policies. Artists need PL insurance to protect themselves, their goods and equipment as well as cheap coverage for replacement of equipment or damages.
As an artist what sort of public liability insurance do I need?
Public liability insurance is essential to protect your equipment, your goods and your physical being from harm or harm caused to another. If you are an artist of any kind you must protect yourself from being sued for damages if a member of the public is hurt during one of your performances, exhibitions or meetings and in case of harm caused to you. Public liability insurance protects the public from any damage you may cause. It can also pay towards the costs of your legal fees if you are sued for damages as well as offer coverage against loss of equipment, cancellations.
Does the FCA regulate Quotezone?
Quotezone and its panel of members are regulated under the Financial Conduct Authority and must comply with all rules and laws laid down for the protection of clients.
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