UAS Workman's Compensation Insurance and Defense Base Act
Transport Risk can carve out UAS employees of non-aviation businesses that operate UAS.
No Group or Association Membership Required
Transport Risk Management Can Provide Worker's Comp For:
UAS and UAV Workman's Compensation Insurance
Transport Risk Management, Inc.'s Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Workers’ Compensation Insurance programs are tailored to fit the needs of UAS businesses including Professional UAS Operators, Commercial UAS Operators, UAS Managed Fleet Operators, Industrial UAS Operators, UAS and Manufacturers, UAS Support and UAS Field Crew Operations.
Defense Base Act
Established in 1941, the primary goal of the Defense Base Act is to cover workers on military bases outside the United States. The act was amended to include public works contracts with the government for the building of non-military projects such as dams, schools, harbors, and roads abroad. A further amendment added a vast array of enterprises revolving around the national security of the United States and its allies. Today, almost any contract with an agency of the U.S. government, for work outside the U.S., whether military in nature or not, will likely require Defense Base Act coverage.
Transport Risk can insure Defense Base Act (DBA) and carve out DBA employees of non-aviation businesses that operate UAS.
Solutions - Workman's Compensation Insurance For UAS
Transport Risk Management's solutions are based on two key elements - the experience, depth and creativity of our team, and the financial capacity and market strength of our workers' compensation markets and underwriting partners. We combine our Unmanned Aerial Systems expertise with the extraordinary benefit of our UAS Safety & Loss Control partners to help your operation reduce the frequency and severity of claims and your workers' compensation premiums.
OUR WORKERS COMPENSATION UNDERWRITING PARTNERS
Beacon National - Chartis Aerospace - USAIG - Global Aerospace - C.V. Starr Aviation - Phoenix Aviation
Creative approaches and flexible rating plans are available.
Classes of Business
Supplemental Coverages: the following are the most commonly requested coverages available with any workers' compensation rating plan. Additional coverages are also available upon request. All coverages are subject to underwriting guidelines.