Public Liability Insurance - IAC Affiliated Clubs
IAC affiliated clubs can now buy Public Liability Insurance from
Tennyson Insurance at 5% discount. Tennyson Insurance specialises in
insurance for charities and not for profit organisations and partners
with Zurich as their underwriter. They offer Public Liability Insurance
up to a limit of five million pounds.
link to the Tennyson website to obtain a quote. Select the income
tab labelled £0 to £50k per annum and follow the instructions. As an IAC
affiliated clubs, use the code IAC14 to obtain your discount.
Benefits of insuring with Tennyson Insurance
Public Liability Cover
Equipment cover - if your club has combined Equipment and Public
- Five million pounds of indemnity - the maximum payable for any
- Legal costs of a case are unlimited and in addition to your Limit
- Liability from and to volunteers is covered so if you are a
'volunteer only' organisation you do not need to pay for Employers'
- They can cover your liability for financial losses should members
of the public pursue you as a result of your gratuitous advice or
actions (this can in some instances enable you to avoid having to also
purchase Professional Indemnity Cover)
- Abuse cover is included as standard and on a 'losses occurring'
basis (claims can be bought even after the policy period ended)
- Court attendance costs covered for at least £250 per person per day
if called as a witness at Zurich's request
- Cover can be provided for your cinematographic equipment. If you
take your equipment out of your home or office the most suitable line
of cover is All Risks
- Cover can be provided for the items collectively although any item
that is valued at more than £5,000 should be specified.
- Quoting the code IAC14 will give a 5% discount
If you have any queries, or are unable to buy your insurance online,
please email the IAC office or
phone 0191 303 8960.
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Authors' views are not necessarily those of the Institute of Amateur Cinematographers.
Art work by Tony Kendle.
Page updated on
17 November 2014
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