Insurance - necessary evil?

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Insurance - necessary evil?

Postby WillD » Thu May 31, 2012 12:44 pm

Hey
Anyone got close in the UK for launch yet?
Where's a good place to go to try to get insurance in case it lands on someone's head etc?!? do we even need it?
Are these guys any good/worth persuing?
http://uk.marsh.com/ProductsServices/Ma ... rance.aspx
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Re: Insurance - necessary evil?

Postby SANEAlex » Wed Jul 31, 2013 1:38 pm

In discussions on the spacefellowship forum i posted a link to what seem to be the latest set of regulations

http://www.bis.gov.uk/ukspaceagency/wha ... e-act-1986

and its seems that if you launch from the UK or its territories you need to be covered by 60 million euros of third party insurance.
Someone has to tilt at windmills.
So that we know what to do when the real giants come!!!!
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