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What Is the Best Artists & Crafters Insurance Option for You?

Not sure which policy you need? While both options are offered through an A+ rated insurance carrier, our comparison chart below will help you decide which one will work best for you.

  Annual Policy Show Policy
24/7 Access to Policy Documents Check Check
Licensed in All 50 States Check Check
Not Premises Specific Check Check
$2M General Liability Aggregate Check Check
$1M General Liability Per Occurrence Check Check
$5K Medical Expenses Check Check
Coverage for Damages to Premises Rented to You Check
$300K Limit
Check
$100K Limit
Coverage While Selling at Events, Festivals, and Shows Check Check
No Deductible on Liability Claims Check Check
12 Months of Coverage Check 1-90 days
Products & Completed Operations Coverage Check
$1M Limit
 
Business Personal Property Coverage Check
$5K/$10K Limits
 
Personal & Advertising Injury Coverage Check
$1M Limit
 
General Liability for Online Sales Check  
Optional Professional Liability Check  

A Few Things to Consider

When you compare our two artists insurance options, it's easy to see that the Annual Policy is much more comprehensive. While both policies share many of the same benefits, our Show Policy is best suited for artists and crafters who only attend a few shows per year.

If you attend multiple shows throughout the year, then the Annual Policy will be both more affordable and convenient since you won't need to purchase coverage for each event. The Annual Policy also offers more coverage than the Show Policy, including products & completed operations coverage, as well as the option to add professional liability coverage. Professional liability is necessary if you perform any kind of art demonstrations or if you teach training sessions, host workshops, or instruct others through arts and crafts classes or online videos.

The Show Policy excludes product liability coverage, which means that any bodily injury or property damage caused by your products is not covered. For example, if you sell someone a piece of jewelry and that person has an allergic reaction, you could potentially be held personally liable, because without product liability coverage, your insurance would not respond to the claim. However, the Annual Policy includes product liability coverage and could respond to these types of claims.

For more details on coverages, visit our Show Policy Details or Annual Policy Details pages. You can also contact us, and we'll be happy to help you evaluate your options so you can make the right choice.

 

Reviews of ACT Insurance – See What Other Artists & Crafters Have to Say

"Thank you so much. I did not expect such quick and efficient service from sign-up to fixing my mistakes. Great service, I will definitely use ACT again and refer it to all of my vendor friends!"
– Geoff, OR

"Thank you very much for your prompt service and help! It is greatly appreciated! I will definitely use your services again."
– J. Fearn, CA

"…thank you so much for being so nice, professional and helpful! It was so refreshing that you put our additional insured on our policy for me!"
– M. Herrera, FL

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ACT INSURANCE
(Artists, Crafters, & Tradesmen)
260 South 2500 West Suite 303
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
P: 888.568.0548
info@actinsurance.com

Testimonials

Stacey B. - Maine

"This is a great way to obtain insurance for trade shows. Online purchase is very convenient and affordable. I so appreciate your quick response in getting me set up."

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