No matter how experienced you are or how long your company has been around, errors can still occur during daily operations. Find out how our Chubb Elite Professional Indemnity Insurance comprehensively protects professionals like you against a wide range of scenarios – from errors and omissions to defamation and intellectual property infringement.
Chubb’s Elite Professional Indemnity Insurance for Architects and Engineers is specially created to provide comprehensive cover for architectural and engineering firms against legal liability claims arising from the conduct of (including failure to perform or any error or omission in performing) the company’s professional services.
The Chubb Elite Association Liability Insurance Policy is specially created to provide protection to non-profit associations, their directors, principal and employees against the potential civil liability they face in the daily conduct of the Association’s objectives.
The Chubb Elite School Liability Insurance Policy is specially created to provide comprehensive protection to the schools, their directors, principals, supervisors, managers, teaching or non-teaching staff against daily potential managerial and professional liability in the conduct of the educational services.
Accountants (e.g. Public accountants and company secretaries)
Technology (e.g. Consultants, graphic designers, programmers)
Legal (e.g. Lawyers)
Media Industry (e.g. Broadcasters, publishers, advertising agents, graphic designers, printers, public relations consultants, event managers and television stations)
Real Estate (e.g. Property managers, real estate agencies)
Travel (e.g. Tour agencies, travel agents)
Chubb’s commitment to do its part as a steward of the Earth is reflected in the company’s policy concerning coal-related underwriting and investment, which was adopted on July 1, 2019. With the new policy, the company will no longer underwrite the construction and operation of new coal-fired plants or new risks for companies that generate more than 30% of their revenues from coal mining or energy production from coal. Insurance coverage for existing coal-plant risks that exceed this threshold will be phased out by 2022, and for utilities beginning in 2022.