THE INSURANCE SHOP are delighted to announce following negotiations with Chubb Insurance that we are now able to offer Insurance to those involved in the making of :
- Feature Films
- Music Videos
- Production Media
- Animation Artwork
- Props, Sets and Wardrobe
- Miscellaneous Equipment
- Property Of Others
- Extra Expense
- Office Contents
- General Liability
- Employers Liability
- Errors and Omissions
Chubb Insurance are market leaders in providing Insurance in these areas with over 20 years experience worldwide. Tailored packages can be provided to fit the needs of the most demanding productions.
Annual or short term policies can be arranged by a team of skilled underwriters and claims handled with in-depth knowledge of the film production industry and the risk it faces.
For more information contact Sean O’ Connell at The Insurance Shop now!
– Cast members being unable to perform due to accident or illness
– All insured persons covered through until the end of post-production
– Bereavement extension covered as standard, with wider definition of immediate family member
– Cast age limit 6 – 75 years
– Damage to the negative at the laboratory
– Extra expense following mechanical breakdown of camera, lighting, sound or grip equipment
– Theft of cameras, wardrobe, etc.
– Cover for continuing hire charges when Equipment or Props, Sets, Wardrobe are lost or damaged – with no separate deductible
– Damage to props, sets and wardrobe
– All types of production property covered within one section
– Extra expenses due to physical damage to facilities (e.g. locations, equipment, props, sets, wardrobes) extending through to the end of post-production
– Liabilities (e.g. bodily injury to any employee involved in the production, property damage)
– Claims Made cover with “as soon as practicable” claims reporting.
– Option to consider occurrence basis
– Cover is on a civil liability basis and our “all risk” cover goes beyond “named perils” by virtue of “including, but not limited to” language. An Insured should not have to worry about whether a specific type of media claim is specifically listed at the point of claim.
– The Insured controls settlement without sacrificing cover. Chubb do not impose a “hammer clause” on the Insured and cannot force an Insured to settle a claim at terms that may be deemed to be most advantageous. Also, Chubb must not unreasonably withhold consent when an Insured wishes to settle.
– The Insured controls whether to retract content previously published. Cover will not be withheld if the failure to retract content is seen to prejudice a more favourable outcome to a claim.
– Insured is allowed to conduct its defence, but if insured prefers, Chubb will conduct.
– Limit of €50,000 (payable to the Policyholder) to cover Compensation for Court Attendance and Staff Disruption costs
– Stand-alone insuring clause for Production Activities, along with built-in advertising and merchandising cover.
– Worldwide coverage