We’ve got you covered: Indemnity Insurance now available from Bridgeman Images

Indemnity Insurance now available  

 

Bridgeman Indemnity
Bridgeman Indemnity

 

 

As the leading rights managed supplier of Art, Culture and Historical images we go to great lengths to ensure you are legally covered from every angle.

With the laws of copyright changing all over the world at a rapid pace we are bringing you Indemnity Insurance which builds on our portfolio of expert services that include copyright clearance, image sourcing, artist commissioning and copyright advisory.

Want to use one of our stunning art images in your next campaign? Our indemnification gives you the added assurance that you can do so without any uncertainties.

 

What the Indemnity Law covers:   
 
With the Indemnity Insurance Bridgeman Images shall defend and hold the licensee harmless from all damages, liabilities and expenses arising from any actual or threatened lawsuit, claim or legal proceeding alleging that the possession, distribution or use of the image(s) by the licensee violates the right of privacy or publicity of any third party or violates any copyright, trademark or service mark/name as prescribed by applicable law.
 
The type of images covered by indemnity could include early photography where the photographer is unknown or vintage travel posters. See examples in our archive here.
 
For more information please feel free to contact your account manager or speak to our sales team.

 

Réunion / Bibliotheque Litteraire Jacques Doucet / Archives Charmet / Bridgeman Images
Réunion / Bibliotheque Litteraire Jacques Doucet / Archives Charmet / Bridgeman Images

 

 

1st World War poster, c.1917 / Revelation, Alan Kingsbury (Contemporary Artist) / Marilyn Monroe, Sam Shaw / Thangka painting of Garuda / © National Museums of Scotland / Bridgeman Images
1st World War poster, c.1917 / Revelation, Alan Kingsbury (Contemporary Artist) / Marilyn Monroe, Sam Shaw / Thangka painting of Garuda / © National Museums of Scotland / Bridgeman Images

 


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