Aaduki provides flexible insurance for professional videographers, tailored to your business needs and supported with expert advice from our specialist team.
Why work with a specialist videographer insurer?
Insurance for your cameras is just the start of protecting your business. It’s important to get the right advice around risk in your activities, liabilities, locations, employees and contracts.
With over two decades of experience insuring videographers, we understand the risks and pressures you face. Our dedicated team are familiar with the way you work, so we can provide advice that makes a genuine difference and get you back up and running if the worst happens.
Why not refer a friend and you could get £10 off your next insurance premium – with Aaduki One.
As we tailor each policy to the individual customer by using our panel of insurers rather than just the one insurer, the terms and conditions of cover may differ from customer to customer but in brief:
- Video making and photographic equipment: cameras, lighting, editing equipment, laptops and portable devices, computer and electronic office equipment, stock and materials, props, sets and wardrobe and other business property
- Hired in equipment and goods in trust
- Costs incurred to hire alternative equipment to fulfil your business commitments if your own kit or hired-in kit is damaged.
For claims arising from damage to third-party property or bodily injury to a member of the public.
For claims arising from bodily injury, illness or death of an employee.
For claims arising from negligence, such as making a mistake in your work for which you are held legally responsible.
We offer access to advice on UK law 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
we can arrange cover to your specification anywhere in the world. By specifying particular equipment and locations, you can keep your premium cost down so you only buy the cover you need.
If you select cover for the EU or UK you will enjoy FREE OF CHARGE up to 60 days’ cover anywhere in the world (see terms).
“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!”
“Fantastic Company. After damaging my camera and lens at a recent shoot, I was very nervous about contacting Aaduki to submit a claim, however the way the Aaduki team helped me and made sure everything was sorted made me realise what a fantastic company I am insured with. Will definitely recommend them to my photography friends.”
“I’m not normally a person to review companies but the way Aaduki and especially the ladies in the claims department dealt with my claim was five star. Highly recommend!”
Our clients often ask us:
Our specialist policy includes public liability insurance – and we can advise on risk assessments and risk management too.
Theft and accidental loss of, or damage to, your equipment is covered.
You can extend cover on your equipment whilst away from your premises 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 premises all of the time if you do not need such a wide scope of cover.
Yes, we will discuss with you the best way to do that from a number of options. Hired equipment is not covered by your policy unless it is specifically shown as insured on your policy schedule.
Yes – subject to status the premium may be paid in instalments by direct debit, helping you with your cash flow.
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