Protect your Electrical Operations with Film Casualty.
Electrical Policy coverage supports the safety and operations for Best Boys, Gaffers, Lighting technicians Key Grips and G&E rental suppliers. Companies that specialize in this field can get covered with a minimum of effort. Protect your electrical staff and business with Film Casualty Insurance Agency.
Commercial General insurance covers filmmaking premises and locations, within the United States and Canada, for bodily injury or property damage from events occurring during your production. This coverage also protects you from lawsuits if someone who is not a direct employee is injured during your production. General Liability policies also cover accidental property damage. The policy you get from Film Casualty has some of the broadest business insurance available anywhere.
Personal Property coverage insures against damage to others' property when shooting on location, such as rented or borrowed studio space, personal computer resources, data storage, and more. Your production remains responsible for care and upkeep of any leased, rented or borrowed properties for activities related to the production.
Commercial Auto covers your production for accidents, injuries and other incidents while using owned, rented and borrowed vehicles. Just like the auto coverage for your personal vehicle, you're legally required to carry Auto liability coverage for third parties; you can choose Comprehensive & Collision coverage that also covers damage to your production vehicles. We strongly recommend this. The incremental cost represents a major reduction in your exposure to loss.
For electrical departments, Worker's Compensation coverage is a must-have. Workers' Comp covers medical expenses and lost income for employees who are injured on the job. It includes work-related illness, disability and death benefits for any cast, crew or employee. Other advantages include access to a preferred provider network, prescription drug features, needle injury coverage, nursing care managers to help coordinate care, and Pay-As-You-Go billing that bases premium payments on the actual payroll.
While employees may be covered through another company's policy, we recommend that your production company carry a backup policy to ensure no one falls through the cracks. Like Jeff, the Production Apprentice. We gotta look out for Jeff, you guys.
Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) Electrical staff can face a difficult and dangerous job. With Film Casualty watching your back, you can turn your attention to making your Electrical Department a safe and efficient part of the filmmaker's art.