liability insurance INFORMATIONS
This page aims to clarify the notion of civil liability insurance coverage and to guide possible procedures.
Any person or company coming to use the La Mine studio in MottAttoM must provide proof of Civil Liability insurance cover adapted to the planned activity.
This coverage is essential and its justification is contractual.
Private and/or professional civil liability is essential because it allows you to be covered in the event of damage caused to a third party.
It covers property damage and bodily injury.
It also covers pure financial losses resulting from material damage and bodily injury caused.
It is valid worldwide.
Suitable coverage is a PROFESSIONAL Civil Liability insurance : established in the name of a company, association or individual, it takes into account the risks related to the type of activity deployed, in particular when the company employs or mandates staff for its activities.
If you do not have this type of coverage, it is possible to take out one for a DETERMINED DURATION. This type of coverage is suitable for events such as festivals, film shoots, etc. However, some insurance companies do not offer this type of contract.
For further information, you can contact your insurance company directly.
MottAttoM works with AXA for its insurance needs, and therefore AXA knows the context of La Mine. AXA can therefore advise suitable coverage if necessary. NB: this information is provided only for information, MottAttoM has no relationship of commercial interest with AXA
It is possible to contact AXA directly:
+41 22 827 61 61
or via this form
a private liability insurance is not suitable, except under two joint conditions :
- a person in sole proprietorship whose activity begins and whose annual turnover does not yet exceed 12,000 to 20,000 chf ( can vary according to insurance company)
- in such case, a copy of the contract for the provision of the studio must be sent to the insurance company guaranteeing the private liability cover, which must in turn approve the actual risk cover in the context of the provision.