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See How The Indemnification Trust Helped This PPA Photographer

By John Owens

What's PPA's Indemnification Trust, you ask? It's a legal safety blanket provided by PPA to help PPA photographers if they are ever accused of malpractice. The "Trust" has your back in instances such as equipment malfunction, an error or unsatisfied clients (like the infamous Bridezilla), and even data loss.

Want proof? Take a few minutes to watch Abbie's true story and learn how the Trust came to her rescue. This is one of these PPA benefits that you never really pay attention to... until you really need it. 


Have you ever been in a similar situation or one where you think the Indemnification Trust could have bailed you out of expensive fees? 

Go to to learn the step-by-step process to file a claim . Being aware of this benefit and knowing what to do will help you Be More Prepared and Be More Protected. Not to mention that it will save you a lot of hair pulling if one day Murphy's Law strikes at your door.

What if you are not a PPA photographer? Consider joining PPA, because having this benefit alone could save your entire business. Plus, you'll get many other membership benefits. There is so much value in  being a part of the world's largest photography association. Take a peek

PPA has your back! Be More Protected.


John Owens is PPA's resident wordsmith. Know how they say a picture is worth a thousand words? That's where he comes in. The Connecticut transplant and (still) avid Hartford Whalers fan is an aspiring adventurist/novelist/racer on a lifelong quest to find the best trails, brews and burger. 

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