Trade Name Restoration (TNR)
Longest Running Food Borne Illness Business Interruption Insurance
Highest Available Market Capacity of $120,000,000 per Trade Name!
Eligible Industries: Hospitality including Restaurants, Hotels, Movie Theaters, Bowling Alleys, Casinos, etc.
Underwritten by certain underwriters at Lloyd's, Fidelis Underwriting Ltd.
Trade Name Restoration (TNR)
Longest Running Food Borne Illness Business Interruption Insurance Since 1998
Highest Market Capacity of $111,000,000 per Trade Name!
TNR is the brand name of an insurance product pioneered by PLIS in 1998. This insurance provides restaurants & hospitality industries reimbursement of loss of business income and extra expenses that are incurred by the establishment, following an accidental or malicious contamination or food borne illness, such as Hepatitis A, E. coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Norovirus, Listeria, etc. These are considered to be food borne illness pathogens, which when transmitted through food and consumed, can cause people to become ill.
What is Trade Name Restoration (TNR)?
Any entity serving food, from restaurants to hospitality industries to cafeterias to food trucks, are at risk. They are held to a higher standard of care by the health departments and face unique exposures that other businesses do not due to their daily handling and serving of food to the public. Whether it’s actual or alleged, having one of these food borne illnesses within the settings can have a negative impact by decreased customers, revenues and reputation.
Is Your Client's Company at Risk?
A FOOD BORNE ILLNESS OUTBREAK CAN HAPPEN TO ANY TRADE NAME...
Trade Name Restoration (TNR):
Restaurants/Hospitality Industries need extensive coverage.
Most service industry businesses serving food and beverage insure for customer injuries or lawsuits such as slip and falls.
However they may unknowingly leave their REVENUES exposed to the possibility of a food borne illness outbreak.
Refer to the 2 minute video for brief overview.
Speak with an Underwriter today: 800.761.7547
Restaurants/Hospitality Industries have risks specific to food that other businesses do not:
AND EVEN MORE...
96% of food borne illness outbreaks are caused by employees.
What Does Our Policy Respond To?
Food Borne Illness Outbreaks:
Accidental or Malicious
Food Borne Contaminations (whether chemical, physical, or biological)
Supplier Caused Outbreaks
Suspected/Alleged Food Borne Illness Outbreak Accusations
Trade Name Trigger
(if an Insured's location(s) operates under the same trade name as an uninsured location that experiences a food borne illness event, & revenues at the Insured's location are affected because of it, coverage will respond.)
Extortion Event (Malicious Contamination Threat)
(threat made by a third party to commit a Malicious Contamination)
For more information refer to our TNR Brochure
See Food Borne Illness Events!
A single food borne outbreak for 250 people "could cost a restaurant millions of dollars in lost revenue, fines, lawsuits, legal fees, insurance premium increases, inspection costs and staff retraining, a new study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health* suggests." 1
*NOT all costs are covered under the TNR policy
Hepatitis A Outbreak - State of North Carolina July 2021
Hepatitis A Outbreak - Long Beach Steakhouse Feb. 2020
Salmonella Outbreak - Juice Bar in Minnesota Oct. 2020
Insureds have Exclusive Access To
Specialty Risk Management , Inc. (SRM ).
SRM's Crisis Team is crucial to the Insured's survival before, during, and after an outbreak to respond to unfolding events and to rebuild your client's brand & revenue.
Since 1997, SRM has over a 95% Success Rate over the history of the company in controlling food borne illness events BEFORE they become media events. If you never hear about our customers, we've been a success.
Highlights of SRM Benefits:
24/7 - 365 Days Crisis hotline for the Insured
A closely integrated team with specific expertise and targeted response in the areas of Food Law, Public Health Law, Communicable Disease/Pathology, Media, Marketing Response, Customer Response, Business Recovery, etc.
Toll free customer helpline/outbreak response
On-going support throughout the year for questions, projects, building reflexes, prevention actions, and early warning signs for quicker and more effective response to food borne illness events