Chubb is the world's largest publicly traded property and casualty insurer. We have a long-standing history as a premium insurer that specializes in serving successful families and individuals with more to insure. With a proud heritage over 200 years strong, Chubb has a history of finding ways to say yes and ways to do more for our clients.
The Chubb name carries our promise of superior service, underwriting and execution. Our unique combination of people, products and places positions us to meet the needs of clients no matter where they are in the world.
But the true test of any insurance company is how it responds to claims. We service and pay our claims fairly and promptly by treating every client - from notice of a claim to resolution - as we would want to be treated.
We're committed to delivering the very best protection and service to individuals and families and businesses of all sizes.
We're committed to resolving your claims and make you whole in days, not months.
Adjusters respond to claims within 24 hours, and, once approved, can issue payment within 48.
If you need a place to stay during repairs, we'll arrange for a premium hotel, or find a similar type of home in your school district.
We'll treat you like a person, and proactively work with you to help protect all that's important.
You get comprehensive, not patchwork protection.
You get a proactive partner to help prevent issues from happening in the first place.
From your home, car, and the things you care about most, to the people you love and your financial wellbeing, you have a lot to protect. And for that, you want a particular kind of protection and level of service that comes from more than a century of experience insuring individuals, families and their valuable possessions.
And at Chubb, looking for ways to do more doesn't stop at our clients. It means looking for ways to do more for your communities too.
Each year Chubb sponsors three artists from the New York Academy of Art as part of its annual Fellowship Program. This piece, entitled "Communion", is by 2017 NYAA fellow Sophia Kayafas.Read more