Graphic designer insurance
Insurance for graphic designers is vital, ensuring that if anything goes wrong, you won't be saddled with a crippling bill.
Insurance cover for graphic designers
Life as a graphic designer has its ups and downs. Our specialist insurance means that if a project goes pear-shaped, you won't be saddled with the bill.
With the freedom to choose your jobs, hours and location, contracting offers a lot of benefits. But being your own boss also exposes you to risks you wouldn't face as a traditional employee.
Insurance is an important safety net for graphic designers, giving you the peace of mind and head space to focus on what you're really good at – and what you get paid for!
Not only will the right cover protect you from a whole raft of business risks, clients and investors are likely to request you have certain policies, such as public liability and professional indemnity insurance.
From £5.13 per month
Pay by the month
Change or cancel any time
Make changes without fees
Digital Risks make insurance easy!
Arrange your business insurance in minutes, by getting a quote and buying your policy online. No confusing forms or jargon, just plain English and a fast, seamless experience.
Flexibility and growth
Our monthly subscription model gives you ultimate flexibility, with the option to cancel or change your cover at any time. No more annual contracts, it's insurance that grows with your business.
Making a claim
Need to make a claim? With Digital Risks, it's a piece of cake. No outsourcing to third parties or lengthy delays, all claims are handled by our team personally and on a first-name basis.
Why do I need graphic designer insurance
Clients pay for your knowledge and expertise, but what if you make a mistake? If your advice doesn't work out as expected, you could face a lawsuit, with legal costs and compensation to pay. If that happens, professional indemnity cover (PI) will ensure you're protected. Plus, clients may insist you have it – so it could help you win assignments (or not lose them!)
Moments of clumsiness
Public liability protects you if you cause injury or property damage to a third party, either at your home office, co-working space, at a client's office, or when out and about. It's also worth bearing in mind that some of your clients, or even suppliers, might ask you to have PL, so make sure your minimum cover limit meets their requirements as well as your own.
Cyber and data threats
If you work remotely and handle a lot of client data then you could be at risk of a cyber-attack or data breach. Cyber insurance will protect you for a breach of data protection laws (where insurable by law) and your liability for handling data, as well as cover for extortion, system rectification costs, plus PR expenses and financial loss due to system downtime.
Tools of the trade
Whatever kit you rely on, whether that's a laptop, filming equipment or more technical machinery, having it lost, stolen or damaged is a big set-back. With our office contents and portable equipment cover, we'll replace your gear and have you back up and running in no time. And unlike with many providers, being based in a co-working space is no problem.
We're rated excellent by our customers
Excellent value at an affordable monthly cost. I have not needed use the services. But its good to know I have the insurance there to allow me to get on with my work.
James, J. Black Photography
Flexible. simple, easy, immediate. As a busy freelancer I need flexibility to potentially change the policy month by month - very handy and a feature I didn't find with other providers.
Tim, Graphic Design Freelancer
Excellent service, and really lovely people. Completely understanding of small or start up businesses, and a willingness/ability to be flexible. I'm very happy.
Lorna, Magic Penny Gifts
A super slick interface and all around great experience. Thumbs up Digital Risks! Having spoken to a number of "large" insurers, the pricing I received from Digital Risks was much more competitively priced for "like for like" cover. Highly recommended.
Why is cybersecurity important?
To prevent your business from being a victim of third-party cyber attacks, there is a number of things you can do. Don't follow the wrong example - get your business covered.
Small business workshops and training providers
While there’s a lot to be said for learning on the job, it certainly helps to have expert advice to fall back on, when starting a small business.
We're the British Insurance Awards 2018 Insurance Start-up Winner - recognised for our innovative range of covers, online customer experience and flexible subscription model, which make buying and managing insurance easy and accessible for businesses in the digital industries.
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A-rated financial strength
Our insurance products are underwritten by security with Standard & Poor's A-rated financial strength or higher. This means the insurer has been independently assessed by the world’s leading credit rating provider and found to have a strong capacity to meet financial commitments (pay claims).
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