Aaduki provides flexible insurance for amateur photographers, tailored to your needs and supported with expert advice from our specialist team. Great service at a competitive price – speak with us to find out more!
Why work with a specialist?
With over two decades of experience in photography insurance, we understand your passion for image making – and the risks that come with it. Our dedicated team are familiar with photographic equipment and the way you use it, so we can provide insurance advice that makes a genuine difference.
Aaduki is part of the Partners& group:
- People who stand shoulder to shoulder with you
- Advice that makes a difference
- Outcomes that shape your future
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You can select the cover that suits you – including:
- Photographic, video and lighting equipment
- Computers and electronic office equipment*
- Hired-in equipment
- Personal liability**
* Laptops are insured away from your residence only for amateur photographic activities.
** For injury to third parties arising from your photographic activities on an amateur basis (excludes professional use of equipment)
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Note: please note that we do not insure mobile telephones (regardless of any image making capability of such a device), drones/UAVs or their attachments. Cover is available for customers based in the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands only.
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“Exceptional customer service! I have been insured with this company for many years now and I have nothing but positive comments. Staff are always so friendly and helpful and no matter what problems I have (I have had a few!) and it is never too much trouble! I would recommend this company to anyone!”
“The quality of the customer service is honestly excellent. Phone calls are always answered rapidly within a few rings by a real human being, always a friendly, courteous and knowledgeable one at that, who can either answer any queries directly or be able to find the answers rapidly if not.”
Our clients often ask us:
Yes, if the items cannot be repaired. The policy will replace items that are lost, damaged or stolen with new items unless you have opted to insure for second-hand replacement cost (subject to the amount for which you have insured).
Theft and accidental loss of, or damage to, your equipment is covered.
Personal liability insurance protects you in the event that you are held responsible for bodily injury or property damage to a third party arising from your actions as an amateur photographer.
You can extend cover on your equipment whilst away from home to any territory worldwide (except where the UK Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel, and specifically excluded countries). By designing your cover in this way, you can keep your premium cost down by not having to insure all items away from your home all of the time if you do not need such a wide scope of cover.
Yes, subject to status, the premium may be paid in instalments by 0% interest direct debit, helping you with your cash flow.
Yes, depending upon the type of policy, the amount of cover you have and the terms and conditions applicable, including whether you have cover for items left in your vehicle overnight we can offer a 0% interest direct debit on our policies, helping you to spread the cost of your cover at no additional cost.. We will explain the extent of cover and the terms. Your policy documents will specify the details.
Only if you have opted to extend your policy to provide this level of cover. (We cannot provide this extension to cover until you have had a policy with us for at least one year).
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