Political Violence Coverage: Unprecedented International Auto Protection, New from Clements Worldwide

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According to the global insurance provider, no international car insurance policy should be without protection against damages or losses caused by political violence.

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As specialists in insurance solutions for expatriates for more than 65 years, we have been and will continue to be committed to anticipating and delivering on client needs.

Clements Worldwide, leading provider of international insurance solutions, announces the launch of a revolutionary new product for selected auto policies: political violence protection. Automatically included in all existing and new physical damage auto policies, this unique coverage is available exclusively from Clements.

Clements’ already comprehensive international car insurance now protects against an even broader range of risks, including riots, strikes, acts of terrorism, sabotage, malicious damage, rebellion, mutiny, and war. This is especially significant given the newly-emerging risks associated with political violence. In a 2012 report, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security validates the dangerous and unpredictable global threat environment: “Evidence indicates that the overseas security environment remains hazardous, with many extremist groups and individuals’ intent on promoting political and ideological causes through violence and social disruptions.”

With the recent surge of political violence incidents, Clements recognized their global client base was in urgent need of more extensive protection. “In recent years, acts of political violence have become increasingly more dangerous and more frequent, exposing our valuable customers to more complex risks,” said Dan Tuman, senior vice president. “That’s why we are especially proud to have pioneered such a critical and timely product that delivers this essential protection amidst widespread danger and uncertainty. As specialists in insurance solutions for expatriates for more than 65 years, we have been and will continue to be committed to anticipating and delivering on client needs.”

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