Wednesday, 12 March 2014
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Phone: 1.800.227.0185 or 862.204.9825 (Cell)
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Loreen Lawrence, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dewitt Stern has the largest staff of Entertainment and Media insurance brokers in the U.S. Their offices on both coasts have a full spectrum of specialists dedicated to theatre, film, television, dance, music and media.
Solve the risk issues that come with all forms of production and live events. Simplify complex procedures and assist with legal and financing requirements
Help resolve claims promptly
Reiff & Associates, LLC
Reiff & Associates, LLC is a full service brokerage firm specializing in Entertainment Insurance. Staff draws on a pool of experience in excess of 50 years servicing the needs of the Entertainment Community.
Dylan H. Reiff, email@example.com
Sample Form for Download
This a standard form almost every insurance company asks to fill.
U.S Copyright Registration
For E&0 and distribution contracts, you will need to register your film with the U.S copyright office. It's also a good idea to claim rights for your film by filling out the copyright form.
Waller Insurance Inc.
Waller Insurance Inc provides services in Washington & Oregon
Justine Avera, AIS, CIC , firstname.lastname@example.org
Walterry Insurance Inc.
Representing over twenty insurance companies, Walterry maintains a full service agency for traditional Commercial and Personal insurance policies including life and health. They specialize in Media.
"insurance is generally required before your program can be aired or distributed. Distributors or Broadcasting stations require that you indemnify them from claims as a result of the content of your production. Unless you are very wealthy they are going to require an insurance policy to back your indemnification. This policy is commonly called Errors & Omissions."
Steve Thomas, email@example.com
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