Aaduki offers discounted prices for members of The Societies.
Why do you need specialist insurance?
We’re proud of our partnership with The Societies of Photographers and we offer discounted prices to members on a range of insurance products as their recommended insurance provider. The Societies of Photographers serves as the umbrella organisation overseeing partner societies that cater for wedding, portraiture, commercial, press, sport, travel, wildlife, event and glamour photographers.
Insurance is available for your…
- Public liability
- Employers’ liability
- Professional indemnity
The Societies has negotiated an exclusively priced public/products liability and professional indemnity insurance policy, plus discounts on other Aaduki insurance products for their members. Talk to us to find out the details.
“Thanks for your help in dealing with the claim –good to know that if anything goes wrong, I can trust the team to do their best for me.”
“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.”
“An extremely helpful, friendly and professional team. I have had my photographic equipment insured by Aaduki for a number of years and found their rates extremely competitive. I had to make two claims and in both cases, the Aaduki team were extremely helpful, friendly and professional and made the whole claim process painless. It’s a refreshing change to talk to a team who offer a personal service and are keen to repair or replace the damaged equipment as soon as humanly possible.”
Our clients often ask us:
Just provide your membership number when you apply for your insurance and we’ll do the rest.
Theft and accidental loss of, or damage to, your equipment is covered.
You can extend cover on specific items 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 costs down, being selective about what you insure and when.
Yes, subject to status the premium may be paid in instalments by direct debit.
Yes, we will discuss with you the best way to do that. Hired equipment is not covered by your policy unless it is specifically shown as insured on your policy schedule.
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