Declared value liability
Ideal for one-time shipping and temporary storage, Declared Value Liability, or DVL, differs from insurance in that you only pay for coverage when you need it. Protect your art work at full value while it's in our possession.
- Add to existing insurance
- Flexible coverage
- Increased liability
- Temporary, maximum coverage
DVL provides extra peace of mind if you don't have fine art insurance, need insurance flexibility, and/or want to protect high-value shipments
This coverage raises Crozier's liability should loss or damage occur to the full declared value of the artwork.
With DVL, you can also declare an “excess” basis to existing insurance for one high-value shipment, temporary storage, or territorial extension, thereby supplementing those plans with maximum cover policies
Crozier's generic liability per pound, in line with industry practices