Make Sure You Can Finish Your Production
If you’re producing a short-term project such as a film, commercial, trailer, television series, music video or many other similar creations, you’ll most likely want to be able to see it to its end. Sometimes, problems arise, accidents happen and things are damaged. Depending on the scope of your project, many things could be at risk, whether its the people working on it with you, props and other objects involved, equipment or vehicles. In order to avoid burning through your budget covering damages and medical bills in the event something goes wrong, consider investing in production insurance. This way, if there is trouble along the way in production, you hopefully wont have to call it quits.
What Does Production Insurance Cover?
While this depends on the policy and who you get it from, there are usually multiple aspects that production insurance may be able to have coverage over. Some of these include:
- General liability
- Workers compensation
- Stunt work
- Animal liability for sickness, injury and death
- Errors and omissions
- Cast coverage
Of course, not only can things vary from one policy to the next, some insurance companies may aim to specialize their coverage for your specific production. This can help to make sure you’re only paying for what you need, and making sure that all possible risks are covered.