Graphic Designers

Graphic Designers Insurance, Professional Liability Coverage in Toronto, Mississauga, Ajax

Protect your Graphic Design Studio

We specialize in insuring graphic design firms. We will review every aspect of your business to determine the most appropriate protection. Any financial loss can be a serious threat to your business. We offer a variety of insurance solutions to help offset the risk you face.

Mitchell Sandham offers tailored insurance packages specifically for graphic design firms. These packages are broad in coverage and flexible in nature. Our extensive experience and knowledge of the graphic design industry has provided us with a deep understanding of the inherent risks and exposures designers face on a daily basis.

Just some of the coverages in our insurance offering for graphic designers include:

  • Professional Liability – Errors & Omissions Liability Insurance
  • Commercial General Liability
  • Office Contents and Equipment Coverage
  • Business Interruption
  • Crime Coverage
  • Laptop Floater
  • Building Coverage

Mitchell Sandham Insurance Brokers is a Silver Sponsor of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD). We have created an insurance package designed to meet the unique needs of RGD members.

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Graphic Designers Insurance, Professional Liability Coverage

We at Mitchell Sandham realize that graphic designers want to focus on creativity and design. Let us focus on the design of your insurance requirements. We have preferred relationships with several of the leading insurance companies within the industry and we are an independent insurance brokerage working on behalf of you, our client.

Claims Examples for Graphic Designers

Promotional Flyer Claim Example

The insured was a graphic artist whose services were retained by a large chain of stores to design a promotional flyer for the Holiday Season. The flyer was a major component of the advertisement campaign for the store’s peak season.

The client reviewed and approved the camera-ready artwork with some minor revisions.

A phone number was erroneously replaced with a fax number. This telephone number was critical to the sale. The storeowner discovered the error only after the printing was completed, but fortunately prior to distribution. The flyer was reprinted and distributed a few days later. The storeowner held the Insured graphic designer liable for his lost profit due to the delayed distribution. In a demand letter to the Insured, the storeowner claimed $100,000 in damages. An adjuster was appointed to investigate the matter. While it was difficult to clearly establish who was liable for the error, the insurer ended up making an indemnity payment of $25,000.

Typographical Error

Upon a client’s request, a graphic designer designed elaborate labels to identify a new product that was about to be launched at an upcoming promotional event. The client reviewed the final product a few days before the promotional event and found a typographical error on the French version of the labels. The client insisted that all the labels be redone. The client also delayed the product launch for one week. The client sent a letter to the graphic designer, claiming compensation for the inconvenience, including the cost to delay the launch of the product for several days.

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