As drone ownership continues to grow exponentially, so does the inherent risk that comes along with operating these popular gadgets. What a lot of people don't consider is that drone ownership, while thrilling, can also lead to a number of unforeseen accidents where the person flying the drone, as well as the manufacturer, can be held liable for damages.
Drone insurance is one way to protect yourself in case of any accidents and the resulting litigation, however, insurance usually does not cover 100% of all possible costs and more importantly, it does not provide limited liability protection which shields your personal assets. By separating ownership of your drone, you can gain an added layer of protection and peace of mind.
But don't just take our word for it! Consumer Safety Guide has some insightful information that talks about drone lawsuits being on the rise.