Insurance for your productions...

onedelorean

New Member
I know a lot of you out here are very new to this business but I think it is my duty to remind you that having the proper insurance can be invaluable if something goes wrong. Not only do a lot of locations require you to have it but rental houses will too. Yes it can seem pricey but it is well worth the price. I know a lot of you out there think that you can get away without buying insurance but what will you do if someone gets hurt? If anyone would like more information the following two sites are a good resource.

http://www.filmemporium.com
http://entertainmentinsurancebroker.com/
 

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