Brooklyn, New York, US
Question about insurance: What kind of coverage that you get (general liability, professional, etc.) and with which company?
We do work both at our studio and events at client's venue. So far, talking with various insurance companies, they don't seem to have a body painter category.
Oct 14 13 03:55 pm Link
Denver, Colorado, US
This is an interesting question. I hope you get some responses.
Oct 14 13 04:56 pm Link
Sacramento, California, US
I like Vendors of the US, but not sure if they cover your studio as well.
They deal in other special cases and have always been inexpensive and friendly for me.
If you talk to Stephanie, tell her Rich with The People Painters said hello!
Oct 15 13 11:23 am Link
Corona, California, US
BodyPainter Rich wrote:
I also carry Vendors of the US.
Oct 15 13 11:55 am Link
Baltimore, Maryland, US
DEN ART NY wrote:
Oct 15 13 05:59 pm Link
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
At the moment, I don't have any insurance. But I'd like to get public liability, mostly for facepainting. Sometimes I'm just in a crowded stall and worry someone might bump my paintbrush and poke the child's eye or something! Other than that, I haven't felt the need to be insured.
Nov 18 13 10:43 pm Link