Public liability insurance for Make-Up Artists. Quotes & Suitable Cover from our specialist liability brokers.*
Working as a make-up artist, you’re no stranger to putting your creative skills to use. After all, helping your clients look their best is your number one priority.
Whether you’re working from your studio or on-location, business insurance can provide you with the protection you need to keep your business safe.
Depending on the scope of your business activities, you could benefit from protection such as public liability insurance, professional indemnity protection, commercial property insurance or business assets insurance.
Public liability insurance may provide you with protection if you’re found legally liable for a physical injury or third-party property damage caused through your business activities. Such protection may provide you with coverage for medical or legal costs, or the cost of repairing damaged personal property.
Professional indemnity insurance may help you out should you be found legally liable for breaching professional standards or providing services that don’t meet the expected quality. This type of insurance could provide you with cover for damages and compensation, plus legal, investigation and defence costs.
Commercial property insurance can provide protection for your premises from fire, theft, and plate glass damage. Business interruption cover may also be available.
Business assets insurance may cover the physical assets associated with your business, such as equipment, machinery, and stock. This type of insurance could help you if your assets are lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.
By considering the risks you face, you can work out the types of business insurance that would benefit you and your make-up business.
If you’re ready to protect your business, a business insurance broker from Public Liability Australia may be able help you get the cover you need at a competitive price.
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