Drone Insurance with Rick Roman!

Logo 600 x 600Welcome back, Drone Law Nation! Today we talk drone insurance with Rick Roman of Gulf Coast Underwriters. Mr. Roman has been in the insurance industry for over 25 years, and is a pioneer in the field of “drone insurance.” Gulf Coast Underwriters was one of the first agencies in the country to insure drones used in commercial applications. Today, Rick brings his experience to you.

How do you know you have the right drone coverage for your commercial operation? Why do you need specific “drone” coverage if your business already has a general liability policy? What kinds of policies will pay for your legal costs? How do you know if legal costs are “in addition to” your liability limits, or if they “eat into” your liability coverage? Does your drone insurance policy cover privacy violations under state law? What about operations over lots of people – like at concerts or sporting events?

Rick breaks down these questions for us on today’s episode. Listen in for the details, and contact Rick for more information at rick@gcuins.com, or by telephone at 813.864.4428 (toll-free at 800.875.0154).

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Nothing in this podcast is legal advice! Please don’t make legal decisions for yourself or your business before consulting counsel of your choice.

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Keep on flying,

Steve

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