Environmental Impairment Liability Insurance

Companies today are under increasing pressure to ‘go green’, thanks to tighter environmental legislation and public pressure. Chubb are well positioned in Asia Pacific to help yours manage its environmental issues. Our flexible products don’t only offer customised solutions to assist you in global risk management; they also cover both first and third party environmental liabilities.

Coverage Highlights

What it covers

  • Coverage of remediation costs* for pollution on, at, or emanating from insured locations
  • Coverage for remediation costs for claims from governmental agencies for pollution on, at, or emanating from the insured locations
  • Third party insurance coverage for bodily injury, property damage, and remediation costs for pollution on, at or emanating from the insured locations
  • Third party insurance coverage for bodily injury, property damage, and remediation costs arising from pollution conditions caused during the transportation of wastes or products
  • Coverage for claims arising from listed non-owned disposal sites
  • Coverage for legal defence expenses for any claims covered under the policy
  • Coverage is included for emotional distress or mental anguish claims
  • Coverage is available for natural resource damages claims
  • Coverage is available for mould-related claims
  • Coverage is available for underground storage tanks
  • Coverage is available for first-party business interruption
  • Coverage is available for multinational risk exposures

Benefits

  • Chubb is capable of offering up to a 10-year term and available capacity of up to USD 50 million, or more if required

  • Remediation costs include replacement costs.

Existing links

  • Environmental Risk Brochure 
  • Contractors Pollution Liability Factsheet 
  • Premises Pollution Liability Factsheet 
  • Remediation costs include replacement costs
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