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Can your insurance cover the costs of hiring crisis public relations?

By Jacob McKimm

Crisis PR is key to a great crisis plan, so make sure your insurance helps you pay for it


A large pile of money on a table, spilling from a container.When your company is in crisis, you’ll take in many sudden expenses that you’ll have to pay for out of pocket. This can strain budgets that used to be open or push your already tight budget to its limits. One of these expenses includes crisis public relations to manage your reputation in such a trying time. Having insurance help pay for crisis PR is a big help, but can insurance do that?




The answer is yes! Insurance can help cover the costs of getting crisis PR. 


At Axia Public Relations, we’ve worked with plenty of groups that’s had insurance pay for the costs of crisis PR. In fact, two-thirds of groups that hire us for crisis PR get payments from their insurance for our services. Clients are overjoyed when they hear their insurance will help cover the costs of hiring us for crisis PR.


By having insurance help pay for your crisis PR, you can focus your budget on other parts of crisis management, alleviating a notable burden during a stressful time. Covering crisis PR is also great for the insurance provider since it adds another important reason for you to stay with them.


Your insurance should support paying for crisis PR as part of your plan. If not, call and ask to have it added to your policy if you can afford it. You can also call them during a crisis and help underwrite it.



If your provider doesn’t cover crisis PR, contact us and we’ll refer you to an insurance firm that does support crisis PR in their policies. One of our specialties is helping insurance groups, so we can point you to the right firms.


In a crisis right now? Check out our crisis PR services or send in a client application today.


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McKimm_Jacob-1.jpgClients love Jacob’s speed. Jacob is an inbound marketing-certified webmaster. He earned an integrated communications degree from Florida State College at Jacksonville. Jacob joined Axia PR as an intern in August 2015 and earned his way into a critical role at our PR agency.


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Topics: public relations, insurance, crisis communications

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