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When you work in the fast-paced food services industry, you have to juggle a lot of plates. Even the most prepared business owners will face issues and experience risks that may ruin their establishment’s profits and reputation.
Chubb Small Commercial Insurance (SCI) provides a robust solution for small businesses with up to $30M in revenue. Our insurance offerings are available for:
Food concession or refreshment stands
To help mitigate the unavoidable risks your clients may face, Chubb SCI offers a customizeable suite of insurance products for the food service industry.
Provides broad insurance protection for property and liability exposures including over 100 property and liability features beyond industry standard policies. Chubb's business owner's policy serves as the foundation for your insurance portfolio.
Provides an additional layer of coverage over existing liability policies, offering small businesses even more insurance protection.
Provides small businesses an insurance solution with broad coverage and Chubb’s exceptional policy and claims service.
Provides bodily injury and property damage liability insurance up to $1M in coverage limits, as well as physical damage coverage, medical payments, and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage.
Incorporates risk transfer, loss mitigation services, and post-incident services to help protect against your client’s cyber risks.
Provides additional management and professional liability insurance including employment practices, crime, and cyber liability.
Clients can tailor their policies to include:
Liability enhancements including delivery errors & omissions
Theft of client’s property
Franchise credit on-premises
Contractual penalties, customer inconvenience expenses, and preparing loss fees
Business interruption insurance for boil water orders, food contamination, food spoilage, and business property in transit
Restaurants face unique challenges when it comes to worker safety, particularly in the kitchen. Part-time staff and high turnover compound the issues. To successfully control these risks, follow these best practices for kitchen safety.
Account-level appetite check, quote proposals, and billing statements.
Convenient access to policy documents, billing details, and account information.
Type less: avoid repetitive, time-consuming entry with pre-filled data.
Quick access to Chubb underwriters.